In this letter, Sabin tells her sister Mary of several more newspaper interviews, noting that the one from the Boston Post
was "awfully jolly."
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1929-11-23 (November 23, 1929)
Sabin, Florence R.
Original Repository: Smith College. Sophia Smith Collection. Florence Rena Sabin Papers
Reproduced with permission of Geraldine F. Swan.
At the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, 1925-1938
Box Number: 6
Folder Number: 14
Nov 23 -- 29
What a week -- I've[?] had to see a lot of reporters. Last nights [sic] was awful but this evenig [sic] I met an awfully
jolly one -- She was for the Boston Post and prmised [sic] to send me a copy of her article -- It might [ . . . ] good for
she was such fun --
Tonight I am having the new members of my staff
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for dinner at the club and taking they[?] to the theatre. Dr and Mrs Wiseman and Dr. Miller. Mrs Wiseman has just come
She came on in the [ . . . ] and had a nervous break down and went back home to Indianapolis but now she is quite well again
-- Dr. Wiseman is very able -- the other[?] Dr. Millr [sic] is very shy -- He is from Illinois and is very quiet -- The Doans
couldn't come to my party
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for Dr. Doan's father is here and a girl fried [sic] of Mrs Doane -- I was sorry -- but had asked the others and Judith
want to put it off again --
Sunday non [sic] I'm going to Elsa's for lunch -- Must see her[?] soon -- Had a long letter from Mrs Sheldon. Of
course lots of letters from all over.
Mrs Dewain[?] wrte [sic] that
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she had sent you the pictures of the Reunion[?] -- I am reading Sig[ . . . ] [ . . . ]ets three novels -- They are very very
fine -- One got the Nobel Prize--
With love --
Dr. Bryce is making a collection of alll [sic] the newspaper clippigs [sic] for you