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Here is Greenslet's3 reply4 to the letter I dictated to him in your office. It came a month ago, but I replied5 to it only last week, saying merely that since he has taken that stand I see no use in discussing the matter further with him.
I am sorry6
Von Schmidt8. I am afraid he has too many
wives and too many babies. I should really have thanked him
f for the work he did on the
illustrated "Archbishop"9, you know,— and I never did thank him. I like his
drawings much better now than I did at first.