Jusserand, J. J. (Jean Jules), 1855-1932; Envelopes; Seals and labels (Philately)
Envelope from Jusserand 1924 February 2 letter. The upper left corner reads "Ambassade de France a Washington". There are two stamps, one blue and one red, in the upper right corner. A penciled in note amends the typewritten address as 1721...
In this letter, Cardinal Gibbons offers to write to a letter on the correspondent's behalf. "...if she informs you that a letter from me to her husband will be of service to (your?) sister, I will gladly write to him for your + her sake."
Archer writes about Oscar Wilde's play, coming out the next week. He seems to be concerned about it making money, and how they would make money if it did not go well. Several friends are mentioned, and at the end he asks who is Miss Rosa Lee?