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letter fold creases.1921. A plyaful yet instructive letter from a father to a daughter who presumably is away with her mother. Perhaps she is recovering from an injury. It begins with the father acknowledging how his daughter’s improved use of her hands and encouraging her to continue. It proceeds to discuss a crying baby and how unbecoming crying is to older children. He discusses his experiences sleeping in a conch hammock, under the stars and an itemized list of items he found in a drawer. Written in a lighthearted manner with naïve illustrations.