Mary W. Harriman
Aug 16th 1910Arden HouseArden HouseMy dear Mr Muir-Your letter was closely followed by your "Tribute to Mr. Harriman. I cannot tell you how touched & pleased & comforted I am by them. The [poetry?] of your feeling is as Jonathan's in his friendship - & gives a portrait of Mr Harriman that does justice to his very unusual character in its [finest aspects.04847
Arden, N. Y.
1910 Aug 16
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0724
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