[letterhead]I hope to do much more toward opening the eyes of those whose blindness is a sad incarceration.My love to you and the hope that with more settled weather we may together visit one of the many memorials to your love of nature and your love of man.Yours TrulyWilliam KentI enclose a copy of the documents in the case. I resent the praise but the tender, and the deed (drawn by Pinchot) will interest you.WK04030
1908 Jan 16
Original letter dimensions: 27.5 x 21 cm.
Reel 17, Image 0089
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