2]But with her nothing is ever regarded as serious.I supposed the letters returned to Martinez were a few forwarded from New York to Arden where I'm not had they been in Mrs Harriman's care I would have received themI'm now at Professor Osborn's summer home working on the end of my Yosemite book hoping to finish it before leaving for S. Am. Address my letters c/o Professor H. F. OsbornGarrisons on-Hudson, N. Y.[July, 1911]N. Y.Dear Wanda Tom & boysI was very glad to learn you were all in good health. Have just had a letter from Helen saying she had to go to Los Angeles to have medical advice for her eyes. They were causing great pain. She is also suffering from cold in her head from sleeping in a blast of hot wind This she says is not serious05063
Garrisons on Hudson, N. Y.
[ca. 1911 Jul 1]
Original letter dimensions: 15 x 25 cm.
Reel 20, Image 0454
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