Kate N. Daggett
the high Sierras, aye even to the [illegible] fields of the eternal snows. Will you be there to show the way? Aye? Then must we hasten for before many years you must be explo- -ring the glacier-beds of Norway and the mighty ice-streams of Switzerland. We are going the last of next month to Boston and [illegible] of that will you do me a favor? Send me a list of the new books you want to study this Winter. It would be a real kindness for you all I should cut the leaves for you and take the first reading and my long absence and the hard, sad work of last Winter have put me quite out of the way of knowing what best merits attention and in this busy life of ours we can only afford time for the best. Be sure you dont forget to comply with my request. 00666
[Chicago ? ]
 Aug 17
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