Helen Douglas Greame
your own picture too. The book brings back many [illegible]blessed Kew-Kaweah- [whiting?] memories- [illegible]the very happiest summer of my life. Nothing can ever take the place of the three weeks I spent travelling about in that most wonderful country with you, Dr. Merriam & Mr. Gannett, learning about the forests and flowers, andseeing the work of the glaciers. it is all with me constantly and I only wish I had nothing to hold me at home and I would go back to the mountains and the real house, just as fast as steam and horses and my [own?] feet could carry me. I wish we could have said good-bye to each other in the woods, and in our camp clothes instead of the
San Juan [Calif.]
1902 Sep 7
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 12, Image 0584
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