great trouble now. Mr. Scripps is lying dangerously ill with pneumonia.I wish, if you do come, you would agree to speak to the Pasadena High School students in assembly some day. It would be a great event to them.One of the English teachers is using your "Boyhood" book as a text for one of her classes. She is planningwith the greatest pleasure to go with me to the celebration. There are a number of other High School teachers who declare they will be willing to crawl on hands and knees to see you, at Muir Lodge, if their powers of walking fail them on the way.At last I am going to see the Yosemite, for I have decided to go on the "big
1914 Apr 14
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