Letter from Arthur W. Hill [Sir Arthur William Hill] to William Robinson

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Written from Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Surrey. Manuscript

He thanks Robinson for the gift of the 15th edition of his book; a run to 15 editions is an almost unique achievement; the plate of Gravetye is one of Alfred Parson’s happiest pictures; he is glad to read Robinson’s words on grafting; he thinks Robinson should have included a picture of himself in the book