C[ alvin ] L[eighton] Hooper
would like some colored plates of the plants to accompany your article Please send the plants and I will have some prepared here I have it in such shape now that I can get work of that kind done. Nelson has four colored plates of birds and Doc has some Photo[illegible]graphs(?) of Nekou[illegible] shells &c. I will have about thirty five or forty illustrations in mine. I think some colored plates of plants would be exceeding interesting. I have a good photo of E[illegible] Point including the Beaver Dam. I expect to remain here until my report is published, if I don’t go to Greenland I thought my plans for that trip had fallen through but just now they look better again I am very anxious to go. After that I don’t know what I will do. I can remain on [illegible] here in Washington but am not sure that I like it. You need
1882 May 22
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