[Boston]: . Abbott Lawrence Lowell (1856-1943) was a preeminent U.S. educator and legal scholar. He served as president of Harvard University from 1909 to 1933. In this amusing letter dated Feburary 20, 1937 from Lowell to Russell D. Brackett he writes: "Dear Mr. Brackett: I think you must have me confused with somebody else, for while I have no doubt that the summer camp is good, I certainly never thought or said that it was America's greatest contribution in the field or education. Regretting to disappoint you, I am Yours very sincerely..." Typed on watermarked stationery with signature in black ink. Near fine except for three tiny pieces of tape on verso right edge. AUTO/082613. Near Fine.