[Louie S. [Muir]
[care-]fully over the foundations of her Latin with her, I feel that she is now capable of getting on with the ordinary lessons Miss Ransom says she shows a decided improvement in her recitations. If she still feels the need of private teaching, there is a Miss Hill, a graduate of mine & a college senior who would coach her - I hope you are better yourself now. If you have any requests to make aboutplanned for next spring. I should always find it hard to leave my work, but it is now well under way & all the teachers have shown themselves capable and successful, so I feel no anxiety in leaving the school in their hands. Miss Ransom will act as principal, in whom I have perfect confidence. I regret leaving Wanda especially, but as I have gone care-
1900 Oct 29
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 22.5 cm.
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