Nelson F. Evans
History and Economics in the William Penn High School for Girls, the largest and the model high school of Philadelphia; and I should be glad to receive a few lines from you, which I am sure would give much pleasure to her and her sisters,as well as myself.Yours very respectfully,Nelson F. EvansSuperintendent of Agents.Dr Mr. EvansVery few of the letters that come to me these days bring forth so many dear old Yo memories Ex. Eagle Peak as Yours of Mar 10th. I recall that first trip with [illegible] pleasure as the most novel & [illegible] memorable of all [illegible] trips around Yo [illegible] tho I have forgotten every name of the varied characters [illegible] the party. If they still [illegible] in your Memory I hope you will send them to me as I would like to refer to that trip in another Yo vol book that will form a vol of my auto [illegible] from "My Boyhood & Youth" recently published.Please remember me to your daughters with kindest regards & believe me ever faithfully yrsJM05722
1914 Mar 10
Original letter dimensions: 27.5 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0233
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