Dorothea [Draper et al.]
Dr. Merriam's expected visit and would have paid my "corresponding club" dues [err?] this had I not been busy at school in New York. Will this make up for the answer? I trust so, and am as everLovingly your H.A.E. friendBethI think the [illegible]er is better than the [illegible], so [am?] not as disturbed about the Muir Glacier as though you were there yourself.02637This letter makes up in length if not in brilliancy, with your own, and I hope we will have another one soon from you. It makes us feel as though the H.A.E. were not so separated as they really are. Please remember me to the H.A.E. of your side of the continent, and please don't forget us on this side, especiallyYour loving little friendMary Harriman02637
Arden, New York
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 13 cm.
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