[May 1903][in margin: 767]Dear Ellie.Goodbye. In a few of these swift days I'll be "o'er the sea & far [away?]". I have been hoping against hope that I might find a strip of time wide enough to allow a quick run to Los Angeles, but every day of late has been jambed with works big or little like a glacier Bay with icebergs.How fast our Kaweah camp-circle was broken, & how far some of the members have gone03241
[ca. 1903 May 10]
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0528
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