Contributed by Kathleen Haynes
Contact Myrtle Bridges August 08, 2008
June 26, 1902
Dear Miss Sue:-
I have just heard of your sad bereavement and hasten to express my deepest sympathy,
not only for you but for all of the family. It is quite a shock to me as well and I am
utterly at lost to express my feelings. I know how hard such trials are to bear and what
a blessed relief at such a time to learn the Comforter is nigh.
I sometimes wonder which is harder to bear that or the dreadful mental suffering - two
cases of which I have had almost constantly before me.
I know that you will be your mother's mainstay in her hour of grief. Please express my
deepest sympathy to her.
I am improving tho slowly and I hope surely,
Yours as always,
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