C[harles] S[prague] Sargent
Im glad you got the bloom of magnifica at last.You have tramped on thro the forest of [illegible] unwavering unseduced on the [same?] of yr life with the force & steadiness of an intellectual mastadon. & now nearing the end of your colossal job. You may henceforth to walk about beneath the arms of the trees listening to their blessings with a shining face as round & smooth & tranquil as the moon
Jamaica Plain, Mass.
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