Fay H. Sellers
(2)indeed be a shame to destroy its beauty as a park for commercial purposes, particularly, where it is not necessary. You are a good fighter when you believe you are in the right, and in this case you most assuredly are. It will be decided soon and I sincerely trust you will win.The Sierra Club members have had a glorious outing this year, even if the weather condi-tions were unusual. A number of my friends in Pasadena, were members of the party and enjoyed it more than any they had heretofore taken. What are you doing? and are you always going to stay in that lonely house? I can imagine you there, writing, day after day, because you feel that you must finish your work, but you
1913 Jul 5
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