Holograph, signed "Your loving Father."
Letter written in pencil.
William Lloyd Garrison expects to attend a breakfast "to be given to Dean Stanley by the Century Club." William L. Garrison went to a reception at the Woman's Club Rooms on the 43rd anniversary of the Boston mob. He wished he had called a meeting in Music Hall or Tremont Temple to commemorate the death of George Thompson and the 1835 riot. William L. Garrison has a bad cold. He heard that Henry Villard had been "ejected" from the Kansas-Pacific receivership by Jay Gould. William Lloyd Garrison Jr. has probably suffered a financial loss of four thousand dollars from a swindling manufacturer in the wool business. William L. Garrison is glad to hear that Harold Villard is recovering from his ear trouble.