Mrs. A. C. Flanders
etc each card devoted to one person. for instance one was of Longfellow. perhaps the following will give you an idea. These cards are put into the City [drawing of card] Library, and from there are loaned to the ward schools and the scholars are drilled (as a division) they are after a time exchanged and others take their place. Now will you kindly give me the address of certain Magazines which will supply us with “Mr John Muir” portrait and perhaps the glacier and other things of interest to the young minds, we are trying to aid. We do not ask you to procure them but to aid us in the persuit. You doubtless hear from R frequently, and while there must be constant changes going on still there are many of the old acquaintances left who are glad to read articles from your pen indeed with enthusiasm and warm regard trusting to your good will I remain very sincerely yoursMrs A C Flanders
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