I am sure we must agree that such accumulations are a menace to the integrity of our institutions, and a hindrance to the just ideals of life. That is all and it does not need any reply.Affectionately yours,Jos. Worcester.1030 [illegible] [St?] S. F.Aug. 17 - 1910 -Dear Mr Muir,It was not quite courteous to decline to read what you so kindly proffered. At the moment it seemed to me better not to read than to read and dissent, but in that I may not have been right.I have never been [illegible] in condemnation of Mr H.04851
1910 Aug 17
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