W[illia]m Lord Smith
been put on the track of the famous [deodars]. I wish I might see them with you [even] will look [forward] [to] hearing about them.
Kindly let me have a few lines at Cook's office Bombay as [to] your wherabouts if you have not sailed and if you have left what line you have taken.
When you come [to] Massachusetts again I should be most happy [to? see you and hope you will not fail [to] look me up. You can easily find me, though at present I have no Boston address. The best of luck if we fail [to] meet in Bombay. Sincerely yours
Wm. [William] Lord Smith
Johnson & Hoffman [ ] [Himalaya] photographs (Calcutta) possibly [branch] Bombay
Jeypore – Rajputana
Oct 19- 1903
I am writing this in case I do not see you in Bombay which may not be if you sail next Saturday.
Jeypore has proved very interesting. Being [in] one of the so called independent states it is almost exclusively Hindo, very few such [mohammedans] and about three English men. In a word it is the first "pukker" Indian place I have seen and offers the chance of seeing native life in the capital of a Maharajah, a direct
1903 Oct 19
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