an enthusiastic and devoted climber, had not in the nature of things been able to accomplish unusual feats. Whatever he did that was of special interest has been described and printed in the Applachia articles and in Mr. Thompson's accompanying article for your magazine.Therefore I have attempted to present some aspects wh. would make his life interesting to his fellow members in the Sierra Club, many of whom knew him at least a little.2Very truly yours,Robert herrick21 Nov /96.
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