We had not planned to join the Sierra Club party next year but may do so when the time comes.Will you be there? I suppose with all your work you can never tell what a year will bring forth.[illegible] Mr. Gannett self-exiled on dull census business, dull to you. He is such a kindly man. We have had so many different books sent us through him. I missed Dr. Merriam as he passed through I was not at home when he called I am still l[illegible]ting. I heard he was ill. I hope nothing serious.Judge Hittell has transferred all his affections from Mrs.
circa [ca. 1906]
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