DescriptionClara Barton Typed Letter, 1909 Typed letter signed, "Clara Barton," two pages, 8" x 10.5", Glen Echo, Maryland, November 29, 1909 to Mary Kensel of The First National Aid Association of America in Boston concerning a recent trip and a visit by the recipient. "...I am glad that the memory of your last little visit at Oxford is a pleasant one... Socially I enjoyed it, an in a business way, if one may say so, I enjoyed it still the more. I feel that we have struck a better track than we have ever done and results will be better than we have ever known..." Other than a couple of light creases and a minuscule chip at the bottom margin, this letter is quite clean and bright. Accompanied by COA from PSA/DNA.
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