Florence M[erriam] Bailey
not? Come and see it - and us - in May and write a poem on - the Potomac woods. We'll show you something worth while out of doors there, [if?] it is [illegible] [East?] of the Rockies. With our heartiest thanks and best wishes for the New Year for you and yours,Sincerely yours, Florence M. Bailey1834 Kalorama AveJan. 16, 1901.My dear Mr. Muir:When Mr. Bailey came home the other night he stoped at the kitchen and my maid ran out and called me so excitedly that I thought he must have brought the 'possum' he had been threatening to have for dinner. Imagine02833
[Washington, D. C.]
1901 Jan 16
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 11, Image 0575
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