Dear Miss Addams,
My sister says that she can recommend Miss Baldwin's and Miss Shipley's schools equally, for they are both good, the only question is whether you wish a larger school or a small one.
Miss Baldwin has about a hundred girls, Miss Shipley has only twenty. As far as Edith knows there is a very [nice] class of girls in both schools. [page 2] Another good preparatory school, smaller even then Miss Shipley's, is the Miss Kirks's school at Rosemont. Edith knows them very well.
I am so sorry Miss Bergstrom is ill. I am afraid they are pretty poorly off and rather dependent on her earning something this summer. I wish I were there to attend to the milk myself. If there is any more trouble about the [souring] do insist on their sterilizing it. They promised me they would if Pasteurization [page 3] failed.
I have promised to write another article to be ready by the 25th of September, so I shall have to leave here about the 1st! Nobody has any news of Mary Hill but I am expecting rugs and baskets which I shall endeavor to sell. The ones I don't sell I might bring back with me. We could certainly dispose of them at H.H.
I hope your lumps are not getting sore. I am depending on Miss Smith to take you [page 4] [back] to Dr Favill.
Love to all at H.H.
Edith says she is sure that as far as the preparatory work goes there is no difference between the three schools.