Anne W. Cheney
arrived safely, & only made us long more for their native climate, but now journeying seems in the dim distance, I now plan for another fall are not yet made — That a work you have laid out for yourself! & I hate to think of your leaving Yo Semite, it will not seem like the same place when you are away, you are so much a part of the Valley in our  00683[in margin: minds - I hear Charlie Stoddard has had a special interview with the Pope - how happy that must make him - & Joaquin's doings are as wild as ever -] Home Thursday May 14th /74My dear Mr Muir, I have been to New York, & have also been very ill since I received your last nice long letter — In the winter, I had a very bad fall, which made me lame for two
[New York ?]
1874 May 14
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 23 cm.
Reel 03, Image 0075
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