Helen Douglas Greame
with far more knowledge than I had when I started for Kings River Canon [diacritic] the 29th of last June.Last summer was a glorious summer and this coming summer will be too, and I look forward to many many happy summers, learning more each year, and at present I am very much interested in reading up about your favorite ouzel, and want to watch and study the little [singer?] this year.I shall live in San Francisco after my marriage, and I hope sometime to have you meet Mr. Sperry.With best wishes to your for your summerI am most sincerely yoursHelen Douglas Greame.P.S. I'm going to lose my fine Scotch name.03237
San Juan, Calif.
1903 May 9
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 20 cm.
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