S. Hall Young
8My time is so occupied now with this political office correspondence that my book must wait. After it is decided I'll go at it. If I go to Sitka I'll finish it there.I'll remember about the photographs. I have a good many but they are eight years old. I don't think [Lowatt?] ever had his picture taken. Mr. Y. doesn't know anything of Stickine's ancestry. Mr. Healy will know.What degree did you get from Harvard? I want to know so I can give you your proper title. You deserve the full set. Sorry you didn't know where we were last summer.Give my warm regards to your good wife & daughters. Mrs. Y. & the daughters join in this. and thanks for your great kindness.I'll write again soon.Yours more than everS. Hall Young
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