Cha[rle]s F. Lummis
"TOMORROW SHALL BE THE FLOWER OF ALL ITS YESTERDAYS."The Southwest MusuemPRESIDENT, LIEUT. GEN. ADNA R. CHAFFEEVICE PRESIDENTS.JOSEPH SCOTT CLARA B. BURDETTESECRETARY. CHAS. F. LUMMIS TREASURER, W. C. PATTERSON CURATOR, HECTOR ALLIOTDIRECTORS.ADNA R. CHAFFEE JOSEPH SCOTT R. N. BULLA CLARA B. BURDETTEM. H. NEWMARK WM. LACY CHAS. F. LUMMIS----2Los Angeles, Cal.to you. It's the smoothest thing ever--- at least thus far. Magic, magic and then to beat the band.If I can get time I shall write an editorial for the magazine on the Hetch-Hetchy matter and hope I may be able to do so. I am just expressing myself with more vigor than grace on the matter of Pinchot, which makes me black in the face with rage. Horrible mistake.I wish you would come down and see me--- we need some one to cheer us up.God bless you all. Happy New Year to you and I enclose my Mug as a proof against bacteria and all other germs.With all good wishes,Always Your Friend,[illegible]04674
1910 Jan 8
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