[Dr.] E. S. Goodhue
[letterhead]I am lost on the Sequoia in the [Atlantic?]! I wonder if we - without any real scientific knowledge of what we might see - would [enjoy?] the woods as you must! Yet, I have had some of my most [illegible] remembered days in the California red-woods in Sonoma where I spent part of a season in camp. We were along the mouth of the Russian River. And I have spent weeks at different times in the Canons [diacritic] about Ventura. [illegible] Be[illegible] and Ri[illegible]side. We here planned for some day - a trip up into the regions you have described and may be, we shall come and take you along! I want to ask you if you have read Bradford Toney's books? He is a personal friend of ours, and if03109
Koloa, Kauai [Hawaii]
[ca. 1902 ?]
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