Cora Cressey Crow
surely you have lived sufficiently long in this worldly world of ours (and it doesn't take such a long time either) to learn what an insatiable thing is human nature--why didn't you write in my book? Eriogonum is now a familiar name in our midst, so I was doubly glad to meet another of its members from the Arctic shores and shall share the remembrance with my sister."Nothing so weary as a twice-told tale" so I will not reiterate my thanks but show a thorough appreciation by hieing myself hammock-ward and spending a delightful afternoon after my own heart with Rab and his friends.With kindest remembrances - I amMost cordially yoursCora Cressey CrowSeptember twenty-fourth'Ninety-five
Crow's Landing [Calif]
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.
Reel 08, Image 1189
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