Letter written in March 1909 to the Gladstone Hall Lyceum in Nottingham, England by Andrew Jackson-Davis M.D.
This headed notepaper describes Davis as a 'Physician to Body and Soul' and also states: "Patients received daily [only by appointment] to his office, 63 Warren Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 3pm. Office was closed during July and August."
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Full text of the letter above:
Boston March 15th 1909
"To the members of the Gladstone Hall Lyceum, representing Englands first.
Loving and most grateful greetings, for your unanimous resolution, imparting your combined congratulations and fraternal best wishes (or prayers?) for my part in unfolding the Spirit and form of the children's Prog[ressive] Lyceum. Your united voice is heard, and your blessing is felt, with 1,000 thanks, by your friend and fellow worker, Andrew Jackson Davis"