To Mrs. G. W. Hale
6 December 1899
MY DEAR MOTHER,
A few lines to say my safe arrival and am going to resume my usual work of lecturing here.
I am much better than I was in Chicago and hope soon to become well again.
I cannot tell you how I enjoyed once more the little visit with my American Mother and Sisters.
Harriet has scored a triumph really. I am charmed with Mr. Woolley — only hope Mary will be equally fortunate. It gives me a new lease of life to see people happy. May they all be happy.
Ever with love, your son,