I was glad to [read?] a characteristic, appreciative sketch of you in "Out West" for March - and to see your face there. In [Nov?] 1901 number of his [newspaper?] Lu[illegible] said something like this:- "I have [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] control hundreds of thousands of their fell[illegible]s, & hundreds of millions of their fell[illegible]'s [illegible] - go all day long [illegible] for a s[illegible], or all night shivering in camp - because no one had a match! So sub[illegible]ent are we to a sorry little [illegible]ter with a [illegible] of [illegible] on the tip!" I wrote Lummis and told him that there was one man
Koloa, Kauai [Hawaii]
1902 Apr 8
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.
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