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XII. Edward Everett Hale The life of Edward Everett Hale has about it a peculiar interest as a subject of study. The youngest member of his Harvard class,--that of 1839,--he was also the most distinguished among them and finally outlived them all. Personal characteristics which marked him when a freshman in college kept him young to the end of his days. When the Reverend Edward Cummings came to Dr. Hale's assistance in the South Congregational Church, he was surprised to find practicall
ame a member of the
[Boston Authors' Club]
I am sorry to say that he already drank the Lager which was furnished him by the American Bottling Company
So no more at present from your old companion in arms,
Edward E. Hale, A B 1839.
These letters give a glimpse at the more impetuous and sunny aspects of his life.
Turning again to its severer duties, it is interesting to notice that in conducting the funeral services of Mr. F. A. Hill, the Secretary of the State Board of