Charles A. Keeler
I trust she has decided to do so.You probably saw Mr. Burrough's poem in the Century. I sent my glacier piece to the Atlantic only to have it promptly returned as usual. I received a charming letter from Mr. Gifford not long ago, which I shall show you when next we meet. We have wondered if Wanda was not coming to make her promised visit. I trust Mrs. Muir is better and that you are all enjoying these beautiful early rains. Mrs. Keeler joins me in heartiest greetings to you and yours.Very Sincerely YoursCharles A. Keelerevery nerve to have them out in time for the Christmas season. Now my work upon them is nearly at an end and I feel much relieved.We were much pleased at your suggestion of camping out in the adobe, and perhaps in the spring either that or the little cabin may be possible for us. Thank you for the interesting photographs of Plover Bay. They recall our interesting visit there most vividly.When your letter came I wrote at once to Miss Knapp suggesting that it would be better for her to confine her interview with you to the subject of forest preservation as she had originally intended, and
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