Florence Merriam Bailey
When friends drop in of an evening, before they go we gather around our wood fire and have a feast.. Such beautiful white nuts! - such as we never see here.Mr. Bailey was in the field four months this year - mostly in Montana and Oregon. He had a day in San Francisco,and said the thing he wanted to do most, was to go and see you; but he could not, then.How I wish you would come east and see us all!Some time ago I sent Helen - by way of Houghton, Mifflin - Sted[illegible] Anthology, addressing it to Daggett. As I have
Washington, D. C.
1910 Jan 26
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