Letter to Julia from Frances de Saullus Reynolds, November 26, 1872
- Reynolds, Frances, Correspondent
- Media Type
- Item Type
- A letter written on a piece of paper that appears to have been torn from a notebook.
- Frances de Saullus Reynolds was born at Whitby, Canada West in 1857. She was a daughter of Nelson Gilbert Reynolds and his wife Frances Eliza Armstrong.
A marriage notice in the Whitby Chronicle on May 18, 1876 reads: "The marriage of Miss Frances Reynolds, second daughter of Mr. Sheriff Reynolds, and Mr. Henderson of Montreal, took place at an early hour on Wednesday morning (May 17) at All Saints' Church, Revd. Mr. Cole Officiating. Notwithstanding the hour was so early as 8 o'clock there was a large concourse of people to witness the ceremony. The bride was attended by three bridesmaids, Miss Reynolds, Miss Gunn and Miss Henderson. The happy couple left by the first train going west."
- To Dear Julia
Hearts were made to break
Hands were made to squeeze
Eyes were made for nothing else
Hair to make men do as you please.
Lips were made to kiss,
Feet were made to show,
women were made for desperate flirts,
As you and I both know.
Your sincere friend,
26th Nov. 1872
- Date of Original
- November 26, 1872
Width: 16.5 cm
Height: 20.25 cm
- Image Dimensions
Image Width: 16.5cm
Image Height: 20.25cm
- Local identifier
- Reynold's Family Correspondence
- Language of Item
- Geographic Coverage
Latitude: 43.88342 Longitude: -78.93287
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