[Annie Kennedy] Bidwell
[stamped at top: Bidwell Papers Bancroft Library]Martinez, March 29, 1881.Dear Mrs Bidwell,Bloom time has come and a bloom baby has come and never since the Glacial Period or Baby Period began on earth were happier people How beautiful the world is and how beautiful is the time of the coming of our darling. We are five now. four steadfast old lovers around one little love. She is four days old or four years I scarce remember which. You must come & see.Every truly your friend. John Muir.[stamped at top: Bidwell Papers Bancroft Library][on envelope: Mrs General Bidwell, Chico, California.]
1881 Mar 29
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