T[heodore] [P.] Lukens
MY POST-OFFICE ADDRESS ISMY TELEGRAPH ADDRESS ISMY EXPRESS ADDRESS ISUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREBUREAU OF FORESTRY2.I had a large tent for the girls and a small one for you under the oaks at our camp, and had real hopes you would occupyi them, and will still hope.My Precious wife grows weaker,With fellest sympathy for you all and sincere hope for Mrs. Muirs recovery, I remain,Very truly yours,J. P. Lukens03589
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