[A. H., Fay and Frank ?] Sellers
Martinez, CaliforniaJune 16th 1904.Dear Sellers three-I got home safe & sound rich & heavy laden with notes, specimens, photographs & nerve pictures every cell of me full & tingling joyfully triumpantly, Russian tea, hard wanderings, starvation, & deadly microbes to the contrary notwithstanding & found all well & prosperous after being away more than a year. I arrived at San Francisco on the 27th of last month, & a few days after reaching home Keith & my two girls made me go wandering again along the Grand Canon [diacritic] & through the Petrified forests of Arizona. So I may say I am just home now. The slightest sketch of the big trip would be a long story - too long for letter
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