M. Amelia Foshay
2.what a treasure is such an autograph letter. We are planning to frame it in panels for our office, and near it to place your portrait, if we can obtain a suitable one.With all respect I say it, - you are indeed the parton saint of our school, honored alike by teachers and pupils. The little tree planted as a monument to you last spring, even through this long, hot Southern California summer, has grown and strengthened as if it felt that great things are expected of it.Now that you have paid us so kind an attention, I shall venture upon your time another moment to submit to you the little dedicatory speech that was learned by our Lillian Sexton for the tree-planting occasion, that you may03440
Original letter dimensions: 26.5 x 17 cm.
Reel 14, Image 0534
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