Charlotte [Hoffman Kellogg]
[letterhead]FridayVery dear friend,Well, it seems to be settled to-day. I have been waiting, hoping till the last minute that I might write you a letter of congratulations and rejoicing, but despite all your splendid work, they've decided against you. This is a note of congratulations however, I know everyone feels that the work you have done has had a big moral effect on the nation, even though this particular valley is lost to it. and I hope this realization is helping cheer you and prepare05650
Stanford Univ., Calif.
[ca. 1913 ?]
Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 28 cm.
Reel 21, Image 1154
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