Mary Elizabeth Parsons
may someday be my good fortune to meet it on its native meadow.I enjoyed the mountain flowers exceedingly at Deer Park.I think we are specially favored in being able pass on up into the full spring tide of the mountains, as soon as our lowland blossoms have fled. Dec 10 1896My Dear Mr. Muir.I thank you very much for your kind letter.I fear I have made you a good deal of trouble about the little Arctic Daisy. I hope it will soon be described and properly determined as it surely must deserve recognition And I also hope it02187
San Rafael, Cal
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