[Horatio N.] Rust
and as I have no specimen I hesitate to speak positively The Humboldt however is so well marked in its character you can have no difficulty in identifying it from those growing in Mrs. Conger's garden from bulbs I brought down. Or you can run up Eaton Creek & near its head find them growing in glorious abundance.I have been busy this summer with a book which will be out this month published by the Century Co.I dont believe there is a glacier on Greyback however smallWith cordial regards and pleasant memoriesI am yours trulyJohn Muir
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