all-embracing sympathy. Overcoming all blood lust, carrying neither guns or traps, drawing no pleasure from the pain of any of his fellow mortals however lowly; as for example, from the so-called gameness of terrified fishes rushing, gasping struggling for life. Whose camp grounds are never marked by scarred trees, blood sports, bones or any thing unsightly, & who learns to regard everything about him as friends & neighbors,- the stars, the earth, plants & animals as well as men-03858
circa [1904 Apr]
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0733
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