R. B. Marshall
2lea[illegible]- we both love to get away from the rush, for, I don't know what, and my all too short a visit with you last summer make me appreciate more than ever how much I am missing being away back east away from such an influence as you -But I must stop telling you such things you know it any way - but I do not think you appreciate how delighted you would make us feel if you would only come and stay with us awhile - why, we would give you to eat - nuts and raisins and wine and a welcome as pure as can be found on this dear old earth.I shall keep on working and some day we may return to California and [round?] you up some way - and have more of those talks we all love so well-I have written Mr Colby urging him - you and the club - to bring the Hech Hetchy matter to a final iss[illegible] at once. I feel we have the very best chance now we will ever have to save the valley - I can't say moreLove, sympathy and affection from us all to you always-R. B. Marshall04688
Washington, D. C.
1910 Jan 21
Original letter dimensions: 26.5 x 20 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0107
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