P. B. Van Trump
we visited and ascended the mountain with the Ingraham party were for some time the standards on Puget Sound, but since then five photographers ga[illegible]e have taken the mountain from many view points, and a perfect ar[illegible]y of amateur and of Kodak friends have taken shots at the old giant. That Warner turned out a "bad but". He promised me duplicates of the views but never sent me one. Old man S[illegible] gave him money in advance for pictures, but never got one.P. B. V. T.
1910 Jul 18
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0639
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