Florence Merriam Bailey
[in margin: Camping]All well here Darling Helen Everything in bloom. Wish you could see the dear old place. Your devoted father.How we should enjoy hearing of your wonderful journey, for taking to them what you did, they must indeed have been wonderful.[in margin: Bailey Florence]Mr. Bailey's interest this winter, outside his immediate work, has been in introducing a troop of fine Boy Scouts to camp life and the delights of the woods. It is positively pitiful to see how little city boys[letterhead]Jan. 23, 1913.My dear Mr. Muir:Again we have to thank you for making us think of the beautiful California vinyards and orchards in our Washington Winter!Would that all friends had your memory, never forgetting even when Asia and Africa has interfered!05360
Washington, D. C.
1913 Jan 23
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27.5 cm.
Reel 21, Image 0069
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