[Robert Underwood] Johnson
made by Dr Merriam [illegible] & others of my party. I expect the Tullys at our house next Sunday. Ill do what I can for recession tho I find it hard to stir up effective interest on it. Many thanks for your poems. Haven't read them yet. What a worker you are. I wish you had been with me this summer You would have had a glorious reviving exhilarating time.Ever faithfullyyrs J. M.Glad you like the Can article It is the hardest piece of word work I ever tackled.
1902 Aug 28
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