Mary Elizabeth Parsons
and [then?] to find the [Compositae?] marshalling their cohorts in autumn splendor, on our return.There is really but a very small portion of our year which is blossomless, so lavish is Nature in this wonderful land.Thanking you again, most sincerely.I amVery gratefully and cordially Mary Elizabeth ParsonsSan Rafael, Cal. Dec. 10th 1896.
San Rafael, Cal
Original letter dimensions: 14 x 18.5 cm.
Reel 09, Image 0532
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