Mrs. Francis J. Myers
and the general interest in this subject seems unabated. The classes have not been as regular as during the summer for various reasons: but they will soon go on again. I wonder if you have seen accounts of our work which have been published in the Botanical Gazette & Toney Bulletin? I hope so and now I will close hoping to hear from you soon again.Respectfully yoursMrs Frances J MyersWill you try some time to tell us of your travels?00887
Syracuse, N[ew] Y[ork]
1880 Feb 14
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