Joanna [Muir]


John Muir


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[2]be much happier, though your life of late years has been very far from unhappy I am sure, And so I do most heartily congratulate you, praying that the God of love, the God of peace the God of all good may abide with you ever, So shall your cups of joy be full. I am exceedingly anxious to form the acquaintance of my new sister, Loui, I am sure I shall love her, for the woman who has won my noble brother’s heart, must be good and true.00912[3]Spring time is with us again and as usual I send you one of its first flowrets , I was so glad to see it that I could not help kissing it, and as I send it to you kiss and all. After many sudden changes the weather is warm and balmy and the leaves on the trees seem to grow almost visibly I am so thankful for the spring resurrection for I shall enjoy it more than I have in six years before because I shall be able to see so much more of it. We have read your article in the Bulletin which you


Portage, Wis.

Date Original

1880 May 2


Original letter dimensions: 15 x 25 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 04, Image 0149

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Page 2


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