Annie K. Bidwell
Dr Willey also sent me a Call clipping, saying, "I do not know from what paper this is, or who sent it to me, but I thought you would like to have it." That seems strange, too. Dr Willey was Chaplain of the first Senate of California, when General was a senator - etc.Most gratefully,A. K. B.exact title of the paper. It was given by one of the students who knew and loved General. Dr Van [Leiv?] has written me that these memorial services were of the highest order and the most impressive he has attended. A friend from the East (recently located in Oakland) has sent me a clipping from the San Francisco Call - an editorial referring to these Normal Exercises in a remarkably sympathetic manner, and stating that Genl. Bidwell mapped out long before the govt. began Forestry work, all that the govt has since03562
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