[Charles F.] Lummis
Martinez, March 30, 1903.Dear Mr. Lummis:-I shall be very glad to meet Wm. Lloyd Harrison. It is very kind of you to remember me when good men come West.I've been wanting to get to Los Angeles for a long time, but a thousand things mostly very small have consumed the whole winter.About the middle of May I leave California for a long excursion to see some of the trees and mountains of other lands; but for a' that I hope I shall be able to see you before I go.With kindest regards to Turbese and all best wishes, I amFaithfully yours[illegible]
1903 Mar 30
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