[Charles Sprague] Sargent
Martinez June 31, 1898My dear Prof. Sargent - I'm glad to learn you got the magnifica flowers it was all that was needed to complete the job. I went to the Tahoe woods because Miss Eastwood has been gone a week without sending me a word. & I sent the telegram knowing you would be anxious when the flower [tirns?] of these trees would soon be over.As for thanks I was glad of an excuse to leave my confounded scribbling.I hope your [palm?] puzzles will soon be solved. Anyhow you get no pity from me on account of the trips to the Florida tangles required. Nothing more delightful than the lonely days spent on the Florida keys did I find on my long southern ramble thirty years ago.Soon the last vol. of your grand book will be done. Put in your best licks on it.I greatly admire those who with every incitement & temptation to intellectual sloth amid the so-called
1898 Jun 31
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