[Abbigail A. Allen]
I cried until I assuaged them my tears when I came to the place where you made him the dear beastie worthy of immortality.The magazine reached Mr. Kay's Bank Saturday morning--Mr. Kay read the and brought the book home to [Hattie?] she read it and after lunch I have read it this day. Sunday. Day [illegible] too sacred for this reading.The [illegible] cannot this be copied so it can be read over or over again.It would make a lovely booklet. Does Copyrighting forbid the printing, without permission. When I think of this story villainously cut from my pet copy. I was so incensed I [illegible] I would never loan another volume
circa [1897?] 21
Original letter dimensions: 15.5 x 25.5 cm.
Reel 09, Image 1226
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