Alex Ross Matheson
the living creatures. that go to make up a perfect [farm?] It is an oasis of rest to the tired body and weary brain, but I am tiring you out, what about yourself. Your pen would still proclaim you young. enthustiac opt[illegible], still looking for some little gem among the flowers, a lover [illegible] to the [picturesque?]; the grand in Nature. I shall study you more and more as I p[illegible]se the volume before me and shall wait impatiently for an answer What of your brother. I have not heard from him03119
[ca. 1902 ?]
Original letter dimensions: 18 x 23 cm.
Reel 12, Image 0909
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