Letter from Agnes Fitzpatrick to Alice G. Brandeis
October 8, 1941
October 7, 1941
Dear Mrs. Brandeis:
May I offer my heartfelt sympathy in your bereavement.
As a member of the Savings Bank Life Insurance office, I knew and felt the greatness and kindness of Justice Brandeis and his going will be a great loss to us so that I can feel in some degree what an immeasurable loss yours is.
Sincerely, Agnes Fitzpatrick
724 East Fourth St
7So. Boston, Mass.
[notations in pencil, appear to be written by recipient: Miss or Mrs.? If Mrs., Mrs. What?]"
|LOCATION||Boston, Massachusetts; Washington, D.C.|
|COLLECTION||Louis Dembitz Brandeis Collection|
|BOX, SERIES||49, I.IId.1|
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