to study Sitka Spruce & Douglas fir in Washington from Tacoma as headquarters & to revisit that delightful National Park Mount Rainer, where if it ever is sufficiently melted I hope to see some of the higher [lived?] silver firs. A. lasiocarpa & firs of [Paradise?] Valley & the Nisqually glacier.Will you be staying at Martinez?Believe me with many thanksyours sincerely,Leonard Lyell[letterhead]
1910 May 29
Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 14 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0433
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