Charles K. Wead
week of your acting as host to President Taft. I hope you have preached him some good sermons on conservation.Last July I was on the [illegible]ast taking a hurried trip with my daughters. I telephoned to learn if you were at home that I might gr[illegible]op your hand again, but to my great regret leaned that you were away for some days.Occasionally I have heard about you from some mutual friends - especially Dr. [illegible] Merriam:I trust the years are dealing kindly with you and yours. Isn't it time for one who has been so much of a traveller to see the Capitol of his country? I should be delighted to see you and to offer such hospitality as a man may where home has lone since been broken up by the death of its mistress.With sincerest regardsI am Yours TrulyCharles K Wead
Washington, D. C.
1909 Oct 10
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