(Miss) T. V. Raphall
flowers, and all living things as is the writer, I am going to look forward to a visit to you during the coming spring, when I can also see your wild flowers.With assurance of my regard, believe me,Very faithfully yours,(Miss) T. V. Raphall.I am asking the privilege of having it autographed by you, which would endear it still further to me.I am taking the liberty of anticipating your kind consent and forwarding copy with stamps for its return and my thanks for your courtesy.As I would esteem it a deep pleasure to take the hand of one who is as great a lover of trees and
1914 Aug 13
Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 28 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0555
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