wanting your own story while there is time! So many people speak of it, and wonder when it will come! It seems strange without Mr. Harriman. He was so full of life and energy, and his life and [illegible]quent activities seemed to be so threaded in and through everything, that we cannot but miss him. The world goes on - but that is becauseit cannot help itself! The lives of such men go on too!I hope I may someday, have a chance to spend some hours (& possibly, days) with you again. You helped me see things about and around me to which I had been blind before - and so blessed my life!Accept, I beg you, my hearts' warmest greetings and Believe me,Ever, Sincerely yours,Thomas Price
1910 Jan 28
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 22.5 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0123
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