7/6/1911Dear Old Alg-It can hardly be necessary for me to write and my heart is too full to say much, yet I cannot help sending these few lines to tell you all once more how constantly my thoughts and prayers are with you. As Evelyn wrote you the other day, it was indeed a blessing to us both to be with you those few days and to witness your beautiful courage and strong, quiet faith. I felt such a longing not only to be near but to help you, and yet at such times of what wail is mere human aid! The infinite love and peace which comes to us from above- it will comfort and support you all I know. And if it will be of any further help- as I will remember you all were to us when Agnes left us- to know that, even though we have ere been almost like brothers to each other, I feel closer now than ever before, please know that at all times you have that assurance.
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