Arthur A. Lapsley
in your time and interest. Perhaps, for the sa[illegible] of that intangible understanding that seems so [illegible]thusively yet so honestly to write all who are friends with the wilderness, you will forgive it, believing that I have made it r[illegible]lly.Sincerely yoursArthur A. Lapsley03169
1903 Feb 23
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 20 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0206
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