Los Angeles, Cal.,March 22, 1904Dear Friend Mr. Muir.It gives me much pleasure to write you a friendly letter describing to you the day of March 17, 1904. which was held as Arbor Day, in Los Angeles. We also had flag-raising exercises, as we hoisted our first flag. The flag was presented to Mr. Monroe the representative of our ward on the Board of Education. We had a delightful program in which several of your nature quotations were recitedOur new school-house is10031
Los Angeles, Calif.
circa 04 Mar 22
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
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