A. H. Payson
[First draft of letter, in note-book#59] (41)[Jan., 1902]Mr. Robert D. Pike,134 South Broderick St.,S. F.Dear Sir:I remember the visit of the Falrbank party at our Tuol[umne] camp very well, and I should be glad to see you,hear you tell your grand trip through the Sierra, and see the photos of it. On your Diablo trip I suppose you will go to the base of the mountain by the San Ramon branch of the S.R.R.R. Come to my house on your way either coming or going, or both, as may best suit your convenience.Wish best wishes, I am,Faithfully yours,J. M.02890
[1902 Jan ?]
Original letter dimensions: 22.5 x 14.5 cm.
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