Mary Titus Hazelton
me as one of the old time friends. I remain with kind regards to yourself and family,Very sincerelyMary Titus Hazelton476 N. 3rd St. San Jose [diacritic]May 18, 1895:Dear Mr. Muir,Last evening Mrs. Allen brought me "The Mountains of California" so kindly sent by you.Ah, Mr. Muir, you are really becoming more charitable toward your less fortunate fellowman and woman I well remember when you positively refused the glaciers of Alaska to the lazy San Joseans, as you did not believe in study-01984
San Jose [Calif]
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