for the coming year, and this is the most trying thing she could have to bear, but she has made up her mind to it. The doctor wishes her to go to the mountains for a month, so tomorrow she is to start with Ellie and Maude for Lake Tahoe.I find here waiting for me, all the treasures you have sent me and I know Eillie has explained to you [illegible] I have notseen and acknowledged them sooner. I do assure you I appreciate every one, the books, the photographs and the written words, and I think it very generous of you to have sent me so many interesting and precious things. The portraits of you - [illegible] of them please see as likenesses and then I like to see you in the two places, with your books and among your beloved trees. The friendly inscriptions will give
circa [1907 ?] Aug 3
Original letter dimensions: 18 x 23 cm.
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