Jeanne [C.] Carr
long enough to make it worth while. I will not write more now except to say that I enjoyed your letter very much. You must come right here with your friend, for the Butlers have a barn full of summer boarders - If you can without [inconvenience?] tuck in a root of each O[illegible], you may or [illegible] Your friend [Jeanne?] Carr Do not go off any where after the Asp[illegible] [but?] if you come [across?] secure some for me. I generally get an old box or basket, tie the foonds closely to a stick & pack tight in moss - I can pack a great many in a long narrow box, or in a box basket, but I can pack nearly as well in a bundle with some [illegible] sticks around to prevent the fronds from being broken - J. C. C. 00425
1867 Aug 14
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 13.0 cm
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