Mrs. [Jeanne C.] Carr
2[Letter of John Muir to Mrs. Carr, #52, date March, 1871, continued],To-day has been cloudy and rainy.Tissiack and Start King are grandly dipped in white cloud. I sent you my plants by ex. I am sorry that my Yosemite specimens were not with the others. I left a few notes with Mrs. Yelverton when I left the Valley in the fall. I wish that you would ask her,if you should see her, where she left it, as Mrs. Hutchings does not know...I have been nearly blind since I crossed the snow. Give my kindest regards to all your homeful, and to my friends. I am,Always yours most cordially,J .M.[Date supplied because of reference to Mrs. Yelverton]
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25.5 cm.
Reel 02, Image 0397
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