Anne W. Cheney


John Muir


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007062 [5]she is very bright 7 in- tellegient, & not a bit of a fashionable woman, to frighten you, or make you feel ill at ease, she talks so well, & is so in- trested in everything that is worth being interested in I know you will like her. I have not heard from her since she went [ but?] but think she is at the Occidental Hotel with her brother-in law Mr. L. L. Baker, Mrs. Baker has just died, & she is taking care of the little boy, she is going to marry Mr.


[New York ?]

Date Original

1875 Jan 1


Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 22.5 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 03, Image 0257

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Page 3


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