Mrs. [L.] Strentzel
the very finest [illegible] most [illegible] purple here [illegible] the permeates covers glow[illegible] the mtns & the how lovely then, how suggestive of the best heaven how unlike a desert now While the little garden the [illegible] moths opening flrs & the cool evening wind that now begins to flow & [illegible] down the gray sloper [illegible] heighten the peacefulness & lovingness of the scene I have been looking with great anxiety for [illegible] from you & but the other day got your of the 28 30 [illegible] [in margin: 669] 00809
1878 Aug 31
Original letter dimensions: 32 x 20.5 cm.
Reel 03, Image 0888
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