Bade, William Frederic
from her friends. Mr. Muir use to write my mother where he returned from his tramp (as he called them) up the mountains & send little pressed flowers that he found on the mountain sides, knowing her love for flowers. I was quite a little girl when he was at our home at Cedar Keys, but I will tell you all I know about it. He went to C. K. to take a boat for Cuba or Central A, that was loading with lumber. While he was waiting for boat to sail he was taken down with typhoid fever. My oldest Bro who was about Mr. Muir’s age,
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