[James David] Butler
[May 1903]I hope Anna is betterMy dear Friend Professor Butler[in margin: 763]I am delighted to see you again in a full telling letter. How sane & noble & rich in good works has been your long bright whole life! It has been for me a light in all my lonely wanderings, a refreshing & joyful spring, & every added year is a blessing to circle beyon circle of true life scholars & lovers [illegible] I glory in your strength03240
[ca. 1903 May 10]
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0518
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