Mary Barr Munroe
of you, and that never to be forgotten affection when we met, and I have never forgotten how beautifully you talked. I do hope it may be my real good luck, to meet you again. and if you should ever come to this little home of ours again, I shall not let you go so soon, Please accept my most sincere thanks and admiration, and be sure they will fly every often to. Martinez as I read "Our National Parks". I have put of writing, (although I received the book 5 day ago) until to day because to day I am fifty years old, and i wanted to make a record
Cocoanut Grove, Dade County, Florida
1902 Jan 5
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27 cm.
Reel 12, Image 0043
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