520 East 118th St.
New York, N.Y.
Feb 4, 1922.
Have received your letter to-day, and thought I would answer it. As you will understand I have mailed a a letter before I had received yours.
Why Nick, if I only knew that you felt so cold towards me I would have not write to you in that style.
I have waited in these last few days and was thinking that maybe you have change your mind since I saw you last. But anyway you know best what you want.
The way I understand from your letter you said we could be friends, lets hope so, I will always have you as a friend as long as you want me to. And the door will always be opened for you.
You are expressing your great love for your child. I do not blame you in the least Nick, for I know that I would not fill any better if I was in your place and I hope your love for her will be warmer than ever.
Guess I'll close now as I am rather short of thoughts.
Just a friend
P.S. I think I will keep the ring as long as you have no objection to it.