The first mention in the correspondence of the existence of Sister Alice's diary (about which H'ry will feel quite differently):
"Have I written you of Alice's diary, which produces a unique and tragic impression of personal power venting itself on no opportunity? And really such deep humor!....It ought some day to be published. I am proud of it as a leaf in the family laurel crown, and your memory will be embalmed in a new way by her references to your person."
Initially, just four copies of the diary were printed -- it wasn't printed again in full until 1964.