[Benjamin Ide] Wheeler
free. Of course I must remain true to my engagement until set free by Professor Sargent Now that the whole matter is clear & definite I shall immediately place it in Sargent's hands & hope he may be able without seriously deranging his plans, to exchange our engaged berths for others on a steamer sailing a week or two later, & as soon as his reply reaches me it will be forwarded to you.Faithfully yoursPresident Benj I. WheelerUniversity of CaliforniaBerkeley Cal09221
[1903 Mar 23]
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 14 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0326
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