C'est pas la femme, [?] à la parfaite commissione [?] [?] jamais et [?] que la sociable [?] la signe 2de la [?] et l'ambe radiante du bonheur.
Indiannapolis le 23 avril 1901
"It was a [sick?] night for Miss Müller last night" "Yes - under this blessed roof she [found?] the Keystone of the Arch" -
May 24th 1901
[Hauers?] [F?] Henrietta Müller
[Hauces?] = [Lu Merdone?] Henrietta - she holds the [?] Müller - and works the mills of God.
"To draw the thing, as he sees it, "For the God of Things as they are."
Alas! how difficult a thing it is to understand, much less to preach, any Gospel. This is my self-humiliating thought on thinking over the words I have been privileged to speak on this Commencement day to the graduating class of the Girls Classical School. I might have said, ought to have said, so much - but I could not draw the thing as I saw it - and never shall. Perhaps I may have another chance?
H. Morse Stephens.
5 June 1901