Letter from Edward M. Gallaudet to Alexander Graham Bell, March 1, 1891
(Copy.) National Deaf-Mute College,
Near Washington, D. C.
Dear Professor Bell;
I have received some communications from Mr. Fechheimer of Cincinnati, the import of which make me curious to know just what communications he has received from you, to lead him to change his views as he seems to Pave done. If you would not mind furnishing them, I would be greatly obliged for copies of your letters to him on the subject of our proposed Normal Department.
I saw Mr. Allison last Thursday morning and he told me his Committee and agreed to let him offer the amendment for
What the Conference Committee will do is, of course, very uncertain but I hope the outcome will be more satisfactory than the action of the Senate.
Very truly yours,
E. M. Gallaudet.
MR. BELL'S REPLY.
Dear President Gallaudet:
Your note of March 1st. received. In reply please find
Allow me to ask a similar courtesy from you.
Alexander Graham Bell.
1336 Nineteenth Street
Washington D. C.
March 2nd. 1891.