I. E. Dwinell
[margin: 687]00903Sacramento Ap. 9 ‘80[Jon?] Muir. My dear Sir: -Hearty congratulations & much joy to you! It will give me great pleasure to perform the service of which you speak. You may arrange to meet me on the arrival of the [illegible] express at Martinez, which [illegible] S.S. [at 7 P.M.?] I shall not expect to see you there but will look for the carriage that will take me to Dr [Strentzel’s.?] I have been out of town & just returned to find your note. Truly yours [J. E. Dwinell]
1880 Apr 9
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 25.5 cm.
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