Robin Hood [James S. Merriam]
April 16th, 1903.Mr Robin Hood209 W 56th StreetNew York, N.Y.Dear and blessed Robin:-Your long, delightful, breezey, woodsey, witty letter charmed us all. None but Robin could have sent such a breeze of pure wildness out of 56th Street or any other street. it wafted us all up into the fragrant exhilarating Kaweah Sequoia Sierra again.We are glad you liked the few pictures03217
1903 Apr 16
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0428
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