Ludlow described as "a slight, bright-eyed, alert young man, who seemed scarcely more than a boy." Notes "the sparkling and child-like candor of his social manner," and Ludlow's "kindly, hopeful, frolicsome bearing." "A cloud of sorrowful rumors had enveloped the young man's life... His domestic relations were unhappy."
SOURCE: Curtis, George William "Editor's Easy Chair" Harper's New Monthly Magazine December 1870.
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