anxiety and wish in some small way I might lighten it. If I could do anything for you and your girls I should love to do it.I think the Kaweah days were the very happiest days of my life full of the joy of living and being.The glory of it all often goes through me like a great wave and I live through it again and again.We have a very great friend, a most charming girl. She has taught in the schools for some years has lost her health and
circa [1906 ?] Jan 31
Original letter dimensions: 16 x 25.5 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0077
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