P. C. Renfrew
[in margin: 3 Sisters & [gls - -?]but there is no El=Capitan and Lost creek falls are near 500 feet but broken. You are at liberty to have any data in my possession or aid in exploration should you see fit to visit this vicinity – I intend to give some time to visiting & taking elevations of ice and summits next July and would be only too happy to know you could thus or any other time pay us a visit. Respectfully P.C. Renfrew[in margin: 365] 00824  McKenzie Bridge Lane Co. Oregon Jan. 3. 1879Dear Sir Having read your correspondence in the Bulletin and other journals for years with the greatest benefit and pleasure I take the liberty of writing you a few words in regard to our section of Oregon and to express the hope that business or pleasure may soon bring you to our state As the above address indicates we are near the
McKenzie Bridge, Lane Co., Oregon
1879 Jan 3
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