Mrs. Irvine L. Lenroot
7boulders beneath spruce & pine, T wild & T gentlest of all T plant people of T northern wilderness, among T mst charm__ of its coms are Chiogenes, Clintonia, Orchids, Heathwerts & hosts of [illegible] mosses wear__ golden crowns. Where Linnaea dwells T air & T scenery are always good enough for Gods or men, and I always feel will__ to encamp there forever. Hop__ TT you will fd T above abt wht yu035698want, & of wch yu may print wht yu like in yr local paper, I am, with best wishes - Faithfully yours03569
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 13 cm.
Reel 15, Image 0463
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