Aug 18, 1915
From: William A Gray
To: Ruth (Barrell) Gray, 570 East 23 rd St, Brooklyn, NY
My dearest Ruthy:
Arrived in Boston safely this morning at 8:30. The trip was fine and cool — too cool
for comfort without an overcoat. Met a man I know, Mr Lockwood, who lives in Wyoming
(NJ) and had dinner and breakfast with him, breaking the monotony of the trip somewhat.
Did some business this morning and have knocked off for the day. Am going to the
dedication of the new baseball park with Mr Andrew this afternoon. Take a train at 8:30 P.
M. for Portsmouth, NH, stay there all night. Take 8:00 A. M. train to Lincoln, leave at 2:50
P. M. and arrive back in Boston 8:30 P. M. Go to Worcester Friday morning and have no
fixed plan beyond that.
I hope Florence is gaining and that all the rest are well.
Kiss them all for me and with much love and kisses for your own dear self, I am
As always your