[Charles Sprague] Sargent
Martinez, Jan. 3. 1898My dear Sargent.I thank you for your kind wishes for the New Year & send you my best in return, congratulating you on the recovery of your daughter the healing of your broken ankle & on our good reviving Alaska trip. Of course I'm sorry to hear the doom of good park-loving - flower-loving forest-loving Forest & Garden, but we must just turn our love unto other channels. I am now pegging away on a description of the Yellowstone Park poking in as I can praise of the military management as compared with political. Next I will take up the Yosemite Park & then the Sequoia this will make fine forest articles for the Atlantic which Houghton Mifflin is to
1898 Jan 3
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