James D[avie] Butler


John Muir


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Jacksonville. Crescent City. Enterprise. Sanford. Rockledge (on Indian River) Pilaltra. Silver Springs. _Lakeland. Tampa. By way of Key West I went to Havana. Returning I called in Charleston. Washn N.Y. Boston and Montreal. I was gone 90 days.Since then I have kept much at home._stydying Greek_with my Anges_ who has mad with me 1000 pagsHenry settled in Superior on the Great Lake._ as a lawyer he many adventurous tramps far West to remove a cloud from Superior titles._ The town is growing sur- prisingly._Anna has gone there to keep house for him._His brother Jamie long in town is about removing to Superior. They say it is too warm here though the mercury this winter has here solidified.My wife is in far better health than for years._and joins me in vivid remembrances and warm regards.At our annual meting I gave an address on the most noted scot we have had Alexander Mitchell_which I will send youas soon as I become sure of your whereabouts._ I enclose you a letter that just now greets me from another Scot.James D. Butler.01294


Madison, Wisc.

Date Original

1888 Feb 10


Original letter dimensions: 31.5 x 20.5 cm.

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Reel 05, Image 0984

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