March Dear Miss MorganI heartily thank you for your long good kind letters & verses on my Sierra favorites the Ouzel, Douglas Squirrel, & Tamias They might be made a little longer & perhaps you might improve them somewhat but they stand for any magazine far better than most we see nowadays, so is the River. The Ouzel, I am sure, you can improve. Tell about his dainty confiding manners, the foam bell eggs, the[in margin: 769]03172
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 12.5 cm.
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