[F. Bailey] Millerd
Martinez, ThursdayDear MillardI'm home & feel fine after my delightful visit to your delightful leafy blossomy nest. Its bosky beauty I'll not forget, nor the lilac-scented air & pleasant evening & morning literary & miscellaneous talks & chats etc etc - Ive just been refreshing my memory on C[illegible]thus. Sargent says there are about thirty species all of them American - four of them on the Atlantic slope, the others are this side The Rocky mountains, most of them in California. The one that so enriches & adorns your home is Ceanothus Thyrsiflorus,- often
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