BRACERS Record Detail
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Southern Illinois U., Carbondale, Library
Fragment of a letter (only page 3 is present).
"I had a delightful visit Sunday from Dr. E.C. Dudley, the host of Bertrand Russell while in Chicago, a great friend and supporter of his, as well as of the English cause in the present war. ... He came to me because he feared that I had acquired a prejudice against Russell ... I wish to say that I have not the slightest idea of the whole occurrence, and whatever Dr. Dudley may have said never reached my ears, and even if he had spoken of me personally it would never have made any impression on me or prejudiced me against Russell."
Carus thinks that BR was speaking of Jourdain when BR said that his friend is going to be married soon.
Record last modified 2020/04/09
Created/last modified by rstaple