Marion Foster Washburne
[in margin: Noble's nieceMrs Washbourne]where we can build each a shelter, or pitch a tent?If I should ever have the good fortune to see you, I shall tell you - if I think you can bear it - how you have made Nature, whom I have always loved, seem to love me in response. And since you are a part of Her, I am sure of your affectionate interest in my problem.Until September fifth,05519
1913 Aug 25
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
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