Letter from Ninety-Nine.
CAMBRIDGE, Nov. 14, 1896.
The class of Ninety-nine of Harvard University wish to extend to you their heart-felt sympathy in the death of your son George Allen Hoyt.
By his true sense of justice and fair dealing he was known as one endowed with rare qualities. By his death the class has lost a true conscientious friend and faithful supporter. Though we can no longer see him, he will remain with us in thought always.
For the class, PIERPONT DAVIS, CHARLES S. BUTLER, C. H. L. JOHNSTON, MALCOLM DONALD.