17 Jul 1901

Scope and Content

Sent from Ternitz [Austria] regarding visitors, the doctor allowing Dora to sit through a lesson, Dora's progress recovering from appendicitis preserving cherries, playing games, work on the studio not being done, Dorrie being very well, Ursula's cold, the children eating unripe fruit in the garden, a visit from the doctor, what Dora is allowed to eat, celebration and gifts given to the cook for having served the family (in Ternitz] for twenty years, Robin's skin, Emil being outnumbered by women, the Pluzars who live in a romantic castle, homesickness, the kindness of their hosts, Annie writing from Clifton on her way to Penarth, and Hilde's birthday.