I've not yet heard whether that pleased him, or not.I did not mean [to?] write you so long a letter. You will think me a veritable chatter box, I am not. I could walk thro' the forest with you all day, absorbed in the trees & birds, sky and clouds and say no word - yet tell you much. Believe meSincerely & gratefully yours, May MorganAmerican Conservatory of MusicKimball Hall, Chicago.03183
1903 Mar 14
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0284
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