Mary Lynn [?] Moore
my home is where malaria sometimes lurks and you say this flower is too p[illegible] for such spots - I trust the future. In the present I am fighting the devastation of our forests about us - as hard as one small woman can, and I quote you as my authority. Could you take me back to my childhood when I sat enraptured at the feet of my uncle, Dr. Kirtland, and listened to his fairy tales of nature. I trust I have inherited some of his sympathies — enough, any way to enjoy your enjoyment. I am longing to see the [illegible] borealis for you have made me love it - but unfortunately
[ca. 1902] Nov 27
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.
Reel 12, Image 0823
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