[Charles Sprague] Sargent
Martinez, Mar. 25, 1900My dear Prof. Sargent.I cannot find a spare copy of No 14 Sierra Club Bulletin. Still if you must have it I'll break my own set. You say I did not try to help you to get good photographs of sugar-pine & Redwood. Go to, you grumbling sinner! sighing by guess like a wounded Jeffrey pine in a gale. I spent days turning over my own Coll. & others in San Frnacisco & sent the best I could find. Mr Sawyer tells me he is going to get a betterlends & try to make a collection of representative trees animals etc, so your long felt want may yet be satisfied. What has bothered you this winter to so completely abolish your
1900 Mar 25
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