Walde R. Browne
spiritual kinship as with you. I rejoice that you found one another out in the great turmoil of life.In the current issue of The Dial , I have made an effort toward an outline of my father's life and work and personality. But I fear the result is woefully inadequate. It is futile to attemptcompressing a life of that sort into a few poor columns of type.This issue of The Dial was already on the press when your matter reached me. But I shall get it in the next number.With sincerest appreciation of your great kindness, I amFaithfully yours,Waldo R. Browne
1913 Jun 3
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