Mary E. B. Norton
306 South Second St. San Jose. Sept. 14./85.Dear Mr. Muir:The enclosed circular will explain to you the character of the memorial volume about to be issued.We desire to include my brothers antograph with his portrait, and while we have his autograph in many family letters, the clsing [illegible] address is less suitable for publication than that which he would use in writing other friends.If you chance to have preserved any of his letters and would kindly send me the01193
…San Jose, [Calif]
1885 Sep 14
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 22.5 cm.
Reel 05, Image 0437
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