This may be one of the most charming love letters of all time. Through four illustrated pages, Alfred Frueh shows his fiancée how absorbed and distracted he becomes when reading her letters.
Alfred Joseph Frueh letter to Giuliette Fanciulli, 1913 Jan. 29. Alfred J. Frueh papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

This may be one of the most charming love letters of all time. Through four illustrated pages, Alfred Frueh shows his fiancée how absorbed and distracted he becomes when reading her letters.

Alfred Joseph Frueh letter to Giuliette Fanciulli, 1913 Jan. 29. Alfred J. Frueh papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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