Charles E. Washburn
[in margin: Charlie Wasburn, whom I look to Mt Whitney]01333Lisle, Broome Co., N.Y.Jan 21, 1889My Dear Friend:When we were on Mount Whitney together – nearly fifteen years ago you proposed a subsequent meeting for the discussion of our mutual experiences – as also, incidentally, of travels of a less etherial nature. Your proposal was carried into effect. – how pleasurably, and profitably, to me. I have never forgotten. During the interval since we last met I have sealed divers rugged and
Lisle, Broome Co., N[ew] Y [ork]
1889 Jan 21
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