reading it now with great interest. I have always loved trees. They are our friends almost as much as human beings. Certainly we depend upon their beauty as much as anything God has made.The Monarchs you tell of thrill and inspire one. This world is very beautiful, it seems as if 425, N. Capital AveOur good Friend,Your beautiful book came on Christmas and the gift touched me very much. It would have been dear Sister Katis I knew and I could see her smile and almost hear her expressions of pleasure over your kind remembrance. I am04003
circa [ca. 1907 ?] Dec 29
Original letter dimensions: 17 x 22.5 cm.
Reel 16, Image 1311
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