Eldred J. D. Hercus
insect powder and mouse traps, with slippers for the [illegible]brusive beetle. I have gone to the ant "with some amazement at his numbers and activity, which quite menace forming operations in places.It is perhaps too late to wish you the compliments of the season in which I write, but at any rate I beg to assure you of my good wishes and kind regards.Believe me,Yours very sincerelyEldred J. D. Hercus03485
Tres Arroyos, Argentina
Original letter dimensions: 26 x 20 cm.
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