our first Arbor Day in Los Angeles on March 17, 1904. We also celebrated our first flag-raising in our new school. There were forty-eight visitors present. Mr. Foshay and Mr Monroe gave us suitable speeches. Other people also helped us with our program.Most of our program was extracts from your book, "Our National Parks."We planted a red-wood tree and dedicated it to you, our famous naturalist of this country.Yours truly,-Lillian Sexton.
Los Angeles, Calif.
circa 04 Mar 22
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 14, Image 0100
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