[Annie Kennedy] Bidwell
[in margin: Bidwell Papers Bancroft Library]cares from my mind to write up some of my old notes for publication & I may have to visit Shasta again then I shall hope to see you I could run up for a short visit any time but dread the hot weather of the Sacram3nto. Little Wanda has never been further from home than Martinez, but she often tells me that when she is 12 yrs old she wants to go with me to the [While -big?] mountains & the waterfalls. Helen is only 16 months old & is very bright & interesting.I often see Dr. Parry & through him hear of you.With happy memories & best wishes I am ever truly your friend John Muir
San Francisco, [Calif]
1887 Jul 1
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