Jeanne C. Carr
[1890?]for I had a pleasure early in this month worthy to have been shared with you. I put out my hand for you once or twice when a magnificenter view than the rest of the Upper Himalayas was unfolded. Trees, trees, trees, our pines over again. Straight columnar infinate in numbers. and the great imperial Photographs give the appearance of immensity in heights and distances. It must be so. God has done his best with men and mountains in Asia. A Mr Smith who has travelled everywhere - offered my friends the use of his Albums for a few days. One great Imperial Album had hundreds of beautifully colored photographs of the people of Japan Loo Choo & India - in all their various avocations - another of scenery in Japan. the other two 01395
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 12.5 cm.
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