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Apr 26, 2000 01:57 PM
by Frank Reitemeyer
 A LETTER (dated Feb. 2d 1898) FROM MR ROBERT CROSBIE TO MRS KATHERINE TINGLEY
24 MOUNT VERNON STREET
BOSTON, MASS. Feb. 2d 1898
Dear P[Purple, Mrs Tingley]:
I received your good long letter of Sunday, it was a good one indeed. .
I will arrange a "Friends in Counsel" for Boston, and have them get to
work along the lines suggested and hope to start on Saturday. . . .
I remember that the day I first saw you, I recognized you as the
O[outer] H[ead] without hint or instruction as such, and in spite of the
fact that I was not looking for a woman's form in that connection.
During that day you and I were the only ones in the E.S. room, and you
came and sat down at the table at which I was working, and told me a
great many things, saying that you did not know why you told me these
things but that it was doubtless for some purpose. . . .
All is well here. We are steady, confident and patient, yet ready to
act at the word.
With heart's love yours