Cha[rle]s Warren Stoddard
It seems I died last summer; but nobody told me of it until just now; That isn't why I am writing to you now. "Hark, from [the?] Tombs!" No: I write because I have thought of you very often during all these silent years; [and?] have as often thought of writing. I want a line from you, please, dear forester of that most dear Martinez. I want a line or a slip of paper so that
Island Hights, N. J.
1901 Jul 7
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 22.5 cm.
Reel 11, Image 0755
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