G. Frederick Schwarz
[cor-]dially to Colby and Parsons. I hope when we all meet again we may be able to congratulate one another on the outcome of this final contest.I hope you are spending contented days and preserving your good health for the sake of us all.Faithfully yours,G. Frederick SchwarzIIpossession from all the people, one of our loviest landscape gardens, necessary for our future welfare and growth as a nation? I am thinking not only of the healthfulness and the never-fading pleasures that lie open there to anyone who will accept of them, but of the far-reaching influence that these godlike scenes un-05495
1913 Jul 18
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