Cornelius B. Bradley
days to come. She has been ill now these four, rather five months - rather seriously ill at first with nervous collapse, and only now recovering so far as to see a few friends a few moments now and then. She has not been confined to her room, however, and so has been able of late to get the benefit of these beautiful autumn days. She has been by my side considerably longer than Mrs. Muir was with you. Her illness, and what you have experienced, have given my thoughts a sober tinge. But now abideth Faith, Hope, and Love; and the greatest of these is Love.Goodbye, my best love to Wanda and Helen. Write me a line if you feel like it.Sincerely yours,Cornelius B. Bradley.03643
Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 14 cm.
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