|I had the greatest esteem and respect for Edward Everett Hale, and the
greatest admiration for his work. I am as grieved to hear of his death as
I can ever be to hear of the death of any friend, though my grief is always
tempered with the satisfaction of knowing that for him the hard, bitter
struggle of life is ended.
- quoted in The New York Times, June 11, 1909, p. 9.
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