Lyman writes regarding payment for medical school, indicating that the money did not need to be repaid.
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1914-01-17 (January 17, 1914)
Lyman, Arthur T.
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Letter from Arthur T. Lyman to Alan Gregg (September 4, 1911)
Box Number: 16
Folder Number: 9
Jany 17 1914
I think there used to be discussion as to the existence on conditions of time and place. Space serves to remain but time
seems to have vanished.
As I told you originally I am not willing to put any payments in the form of loans. Among modern crimes I place lending money
and I absolve you from any obligation to repay. I did not wish to hamper you in that way. I wished to help you and not to
load you with a weight. Of course you will be free to make a present to me if you want to by and by, and if it then does
not worry or hurt.