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LXXXI

To Mrs. Ole Bull

228 W. 39TH STREET
NEW YORK

the 3rd Jan. ’96

DEAR MRS. BULL—

I have had a letter from Mr. Trine1 asking me to have some classes at the Procopeia2 in February. I do not see my way to go to Boston in February, however I may like it. I have given up for the present my plan of going to Detroit and Chicago in February. Later on I will try. Miss [Josephine] Locke will see to my having classes in Chicago and I have some friends in Detroit I may go to Baltimore for a few days in the meanwhile. I enjoyed my visit with the Leggetts exceedingly. It has braced me for further work. I am very well both physically and mentally.

Wishing you a happy New Year,

I remain yours affectionately,
VIVEKANANDA


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  1. ^Ralph Waldo Trine, a journalist who later became a well-known writer on metaphysics.
  2. ^A club in Boston that attracted a variety of metaphysicians and served as a platform for their beliefs.