the foreign big trees.I trust you are having few interruptions and will be able to finish your work before you are off. Do not feel [illegible]lled upon to answer this note of thanks and good wishes, but with sincere affection let me wish you Godspeed on your journey.Very truly yoursAnna A. Dickey.Easter Sabbath.03218
Santa Barbara [Calif.]
[1903 Apr 19] ?
Original letter dimensions: 16 x 25.5 cm.
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