Anna R. Dickey
did not see his wonderful [illegible] picture of the Kaweahs - those rare peaks that I shall always carry among my choicest memory pictures. Do give us the story of Alaska soon, wont you, the prints of its wonders make me long to go there soon, if only you would guide us, I know our girls would instantly respond in the train and thereby give me an excuse to set as chaperone once more. And please give us the story of Stickeen(?) in printed form so that the world may enjoy in some degree the pleasure your verbal version gave us. I want every boy and girl friend of mine to own that story. I did not mean to offer you a book when I commenced this letter, but it keeps growing and I wish we could finish our
[ca. 1902?] Oct 3
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 24 cm.
Reel 12, Image 0692
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