M. Amelia Foshay
3.imagine the heartiness with which the class responded to the "call to worship", a spirit awakened in them through a study of your life and work and of "Our National Parks".- - - - - "We will adjourn to the grounds and hoist our bonny flag to add zest to our attempts to plant a tree - the tree which above all others is California's, - the sequoia, or redwood. And to her famous naturalist, John Muir, who urges us by all the powers of his pen to seek the woods and mountains, we dedicate it."- - - - - -One who is forever gratefully yours,M. Amelia Foshay.03440
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