Boston & Manchuria who went with me about half the time I was in India. parted with him at Delhi - for he refused to go again into the Himalaya. On the steamer from Bombay to Suez I made lots of acquaintances & up the Nile a lot more, among these last are three Bells from Philadelphia - brother & sisters who are also going on the Barbarossa to India so I shall have the pleasure of their company as far as Colombo, Ceylon. & on so big a ship. on so long a voyage Port said to Sedney 5 or 6 weeks I'll make many pleasant acquaintances if not friends. How you would have laughed could you have seen & heard me teaching educated Hindus & Parsees & Mahometans what glaciers & sequoias are. Riding donkeys too is funny. & to see wild moneys, the long legged kind, racing along the railroad bank trying to keep up with the train Here are some post cards, Heaven bless you darlings
1903 Nov 19
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0878
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