Harry W. Williams
01099Oakland Mar. 20th 1883.Mr. Muir,Dear friend:I received your very kind note and I hope that you will excuse me for not answering it before. But to tell you the truth I have not had a minutes time to do anything in that line since I received it. I can assure you my dear friend that I appreciate your invitation vey much. When I think of the very pleasant visit I had last year, it makes me feel bad to tell you that I cannot accept it. There is considerable work to to be done just now and I think
1883 Mar 20
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 25 cm.
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