the gift of your books and nothing could please me more - for she is pure gold and will enjoy them every bit as they should be enjoyed.Tell Mrs. Muir the memory of that delicious dinner and her gracious part of hostess in your restful home will remain with me most happily always. and I only hope when you make us that promised trip to the Ojai you will bring her or your daughters with you.This is a beautiful Easter day and it would be a callous soul indeed who did not feel the spirit of re-creation in spirit and in [very?] truth. I should like to go with you and the girls to our cathedral of Sequoias and renew the inspiration of the summer past but even these oaks and sycamores have a beautiful message.Donald is looking splendidly and we remain here through the Easter vacation and then return to Nordhoff. I shall watch with great interest the newspaper accounts of your trip with the President and later among
Santa Barbara [Calif.]
[1903 Apr 19] ?
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