[Melville B. Anderson]
Martinez Dec 4. 1913.I'm delighted to learn that your days of exile are drawing to a close Your grand Dante done according to your own heart. I rejoice with you and make haste to assure you there can be no trouble about the publication of the book for I'll gladly bear all the expense.You know how I sympathize with you in the loss of beloved Browne. Your tribute to his memory must surely have been lost and yet it seemed strange that in his son's letters to me you who knew him best and loved him him most was not named. Anyhow never mind, Your love will yet be told, if not05623
1913 Dec 4
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 21, Image 1038
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