[in margin: M McKelvey]But there is prospects of Uncle Sam taking over the system and if he does the aera under cultivation will be doubled in the next year.Have you written any articles describing your trip through Sibera. I hope that you had a pleasant and profitable trip. Do you expect to spend your summer in the mountains.Well I must close Kindly remember me to your wife and dughters. Hoping this find you well.I remain yours sincerelyMuir McKelveyHoltvilleSan Diego Ca.June 1, 1905.
San Diego Co. [Calif.]
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