In this letter, dated to approximately 1916, Abbie writes to Mrs. Tibbets about several topics, including her teaching job, attending an exhibition, seeing the Emperor pass on the street, tea services, and describes in detail her accommodations. She says that she is very happy in Japan now that she is more used to the climate.
Mrs. Tibbets, Abbie, Japan Letters, Batchelder-Haley Letters, Tea, furnishings, flowers, teaching, Emperor
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USM Special Collections, "November 15" (1916). Batchelder-Haley Letters. 4.
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