Emily O. [P.] Wilson
"The Morn & Evening" and in search of a breakfast.I wish now that I had taken them up to your place - I should have enjoyed reading them with you and your wife - If you wish I will send some of them up. I forgot to mention among printed articles- A geolog[ist?] winter walk - Water-ouzel and the wind storm in SierrasI must draw this lengthy epistle to a closeThe old days have been very close- old memories stirred and the kind brothers letters of my friend of Auld Lang syne have done me good- I hope your wife received my letter when IDear old friendI have been enjoying a treat yesterday and today- have been looking over some of your old letters. Some headed "Meaford" - some "Truets - Mills" - 'Fountain Lake", and those best of all Yosemite Valley - where you made me see the beauties and long for a sight with my own eyes of those wonderful cliffs03342
circa [1904?] Feb 22
Original letter dimensions: 17 x 27 cm.
Reel 14, Image 0071
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