|Scope & Content||
A handwritten letter from Lewis Cass to Sarah A. Sibley, written to accompany a wedding gift for Sibley's future sister-in-law, Marie Louise Miller, who married Alexander Hamilton Sibley on September 14, 1865. The letter reads:
My dear Miss Sibley,
With you I am this [?] to present this paid[?] to your future sister-in-law, with my best and warmest wishes for her happiness. And please say to stay[?] that for many a long day nothing has given me half as much pleasure as the announcement of his intended[?] message.
Sibley, Sarah Alexandrine
Sibley, Alexander Hamilton
Miller, Marie Louise
|Extent of Description||6.5" x 7.75"|