May Morganyou enclosed. I should like to read every thing you have ever written.The willows each day grow more golden and the robins sing or cheep in the vacant lotsouth of my room. I am obliged to move this week to another part of the city. The address I give below is a permanent one. I need not say how pleased I should be at any time to hear from you, but, knowing how much2enough for me to catch more than a glimpse of him, and I had no glass.) "Danny" was there and the yellow hammer, the red headed wood pecker, and a number of others; and how the red birds did sing! - and the blue birds, and creepers, and warblers were there, and wrens, and I know not how may other birds - & of course hawks and jays were plentiful and the meadow larks covered the fields. They03183
1903 Mar 14
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0274
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