seph Lane Hancock) book for you, and one for Mr. Burroughs, and was so anxious to have your opinion of it. Now that he is gone, I shall send it to you in his name, and hope you can say something in its favormade. She is a comfort to me and tries in many ways to lighten my burden. I wrote to Helen to ask her where I could reach you, and received a nice letter in return.Col. Sellers some time ago ordered a copy of my brother's (Dr. Jo-
1911 Jul 18
Original letter dimensions: 13.5 x 22.5 cm.
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