E. J. Metcalfe Mc Henry
large collection in another Album which I shall take pleasure in showing to you when we meet again.When you called on your way home last week I was sieged with a desire to write my impression of your "all too short" a visit. I enclose it herewith. I hope you or your daughter, (Miss Helen) will honor it with a place in your album. Prof Howison was calling here the day after you arrived, and he pronounced it, "capital" which encouraged me to have it printed and send to you one of my five copies. With best wishes for your long life and continued usefulness, I am very sincerelyE. J. Metcalfe McHenry
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0857
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