Louiu Perry Osborn
activity of this winter almost over, and yet it seems but yesterday since, the lovely Autumn walks and talks we had at your Easten Home. There is so much I want to say, and time is out, as I am writing this on the [illegible]ing, but Prof. Osborn, and I send you our [best?] [love?], and OsbornSundayApril 9thMy dear,dear Mr Muir.What I would give to sit down somewhere, and have a beautiful talk with you. Can not be mentioned as it would be the greatest possible pleasure to do so, and a relief adter the rush and02562
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