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The following letter of condolence has been sent to the father of the late James Pike Ellicott 1900, by the committee of the class appointed for that purpose:
CAMBRIDGE, MASS., March 7, 1898. DEAR MR. ELLICOTT:
The class of Nineteen Hundred of Harvard University extend to you their deepest sympathy in the great loss you have suffered by the death of your son, James Pike Ellicott.
Those of us who knew him well learned to appreciate fully his earnest, thoroughly good and noble character. At the news of his death, we all felt that our class had lost one of its most worthy and promising members.
For the class of 1900, ARTHUR BATES HOLDEN, LAWRENCE CARTER FORMAN, SHERBURN MERRILL BECKER, WILLIAM BURDEN, Pres.
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