118 Madison Avenue."
July 2nd, 1913."
My dear Mrs. Armistead:-
I thank you very much for your second letter, which inclosed a part of the Times-
Democrat of June 29th, showing the picture of my dear Jere, and the photographic letter."
I was with him when that picture was taken, and he gave me one. I gave him one
of mine, at the same time."
I made a digest of the letter of Dr. Holt, and his article, and left it at the office of
the Sunday Editor of the Commercial Appeal, but have not heard from it. I wrote him to-
day to send it to me if it had not been destroyed. This worried me, as that paper never yet
has failed to publish everything I have sent to it. The News-Scimitar wanted it, but the
Appeal has a circulation all over Mississippi, and I wished the artic-le widely distributed
where Jere was known. Dr. Geo. C. Phillips of Lexington, Mississippi, would be happy
to read those articles. I had better say that he would be gratified, as he loved Jere just as I did.
With kindest wishes for you and yours, I am very gratefully and truly,"
James L. Goodloe."
Mrs. Virgie Gage Armistead,"
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