Florence Merriam Bailey
We are enjoying his articles in Scribner. The museum here is getting a remarkable collection. Once now, let me thank you for the California nuts and raisins - for them themselves, and for thememories they bring of by camp fires and glorious mountains made doubly glorious by your presence.Mr. Bailey would send his heartiest greetings [were he in?].Do give my love to Wanda
Washington, D. C.
1910 Jan 26
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