Mrs. [Jeanne C. ] Carr
The Libby party left the valley Tuesday morning I was sorry to see them go so soon I liked most of the party, especially Mrs & Mr Libby & perhaps Mrs Hoit & Miss Burmingham Tell Libby that I am very sorry that I did not run away from the mill & go with them to Eagle point & Mt Hoffman. I seldom see Mrs. Hutchings now but I know that she would like to go with us. I fear she will not get away. She spends her spare moments in painting Yosemite flowers. I shall be nervously anxious about our ramble untill I verily behold you here Remember me to the doctor & Allie & all my friends. I wish Le Conte could come 00541
 Jun 22
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 13 cm.
Reel 02, Image 0467
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