Helen Douglas Greame
Mr. Sperry who used to [illegible] the Calaveras Grove. The wedding is to be this summer, and our wedding trip to be in the mountains, but you must not tell any one. I wanted to tell you because I knew you would appreciate our pleasure and delight in getting home to those grand old mountains.I hear you are going to Yosemite with the president, and I hope you will use all your influence to save the Calaveras Grove. How I envy him the privilege of going with you.I have been spending the winter reading and studying your books, and have been getting to go back there03237
San Juan, Calif.
1903 May 9
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 20 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0510
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