Mary V. Worstell
6and the "Century" I know well. Is it any wonder that I sign myselfTruly and gratefully Your friendMary V. Worstell.I have the Sierra fever regularly every Spring - and your article in the Century on King's River Canon [diacritic] has made me think of a possible destination this coming season. Will you tell me - very briefly - if there is5[letterhead]spirit of the Sierra Nevada mountains and valleys to everyone." I have read the book to myself and I have read it aloud besides sharing it freely with my friends. Your "Mountains of California" is also one of my familiar friends, and your magazine articles in the "Atlantic"02913
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