Anne W. Cheney
New York [Lindsor?] Hotel Sunday June 2[?]the 1874My dear Mr. Muir. I have put my-self into a physician’s hands. I am dying of heat in consequence in this crowded city, can only write you a few words of thanks, for your last charming letter, & how glad I am on your account & [illegible] my own that you are going into the wilds,
Windsor Hotel, New York
1874 Jun 28
Original letter dimensions: 29.5 x 13.5 cm.
Reel 03, Image 0101
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