The Fannie Bolton Story


Letter 44, 1895, p. 1. (To J. H. Kellogg, August 29, 1895.)

Sister Bolton corrects manuscripts when she is able, but she is troubled so much with headache that often she cannot use her brain. This has become more and more marked, and is a very great hindrance to me in my work. I cannot do the things I would do. It is sufficiently taxing to do the writing, but when I have done that there is the burden of having the matter prepared. If I had one to edit the matter, I should feel so grateful. FBS 40.1