Thursday, December 16, 2010

Letters to Lillian, May 28, 1922

Sampson Mine
Llanada Calif.
May 28, 1922

Dear Lillian—
     I am starting over again as I have some more time.
     This morning we went to the upper camp before breakfast. Regular Sunday morning hike you know. The boss went along and I did a little sampling. I picked out a place to put my wireless too. The only trouble is that I should not have a wire over 400 ft long. I will have to have one about 1500 ft. the way things look.
     The enclosed flower is a Mariposa lily. I suppose you have seen them before. They come in various colors.
     There is a vacant tent next to the laboratory which I may take.
     Well I must close now.

Letter with Mariposa Lily
 Introduction to Letters to Lillian here.

1 comment:

it's margaret said...

You are so lucky to have these!

wv: weekhaze --hah!