Manuscript Releases, vol. 6 [Nos. 347-418]


MR No. 389—Mrs. White's First Automobile Ride

At the Chicago railway station we found one of your automobiles waiting to take us to the Sanitarium. It was a covered carriage, shaped like a street-car, and I lay down on one of the seats running along each side. It was great relief to me to be able to lie down.... I was pleased to meet, while in Chicago, several of the members of the firm with which you are connected.—Letter 11, 1902, pp. 1, 2. (To H. W. Kellogg, January 28, 1902.) [H. W. Kellogg was connected with the Chicago-based motor vehicle company which manufactured the “Worth” car.] 6MR 255.1

Released December 2, 1974.