[Annie ] Bidwell
Martinez, Dec. 19, 1901Dear Mrs Bidwell,It is delightful to see your handwriting once more & read your messages. Our Heavenly Father be praised my dear friend that you have been led through so great & manifold trials with strength renewed, fresh in heart with sympathies as quick & farreaching as when first we met long years ago with your noble husband & sister, Sir Joseph & blessed Asa Gray & his wife. Ive wandered far since then through forests & moutains on both sides of the Continent but to none of my excursions do I look back with dearer happier remembrances than
1901 Dec 19
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