T[heodore] P. Lukens
lived to enjoy him - Please give my loving congratulations to Wanda and her husband - How are you progressing with your new book, and what of your work in the Petrified forests? Please let us know whenever anything new is published. We saw a nice article about you and your work not long ago in a magazine called the Worlds WorkThe Jamestown Exposition is progressing but when our U. S. fleet and all the foreign battleships took leave a week or more ago I think the greatest attraction of exposition was gone for the naval re[illegible]s have been the finest possible. I have not been able to attend the exposition but we all went in a steamer through Hampton Rondo to Old Point Comfort and passed by all the vessels so close as to be able to see them perfectly They were so arranged that [visitors?] could pass right
circa [ca. 1907 Jun]
Original letter dimensions: 26.5 x 20.5 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0813
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