Lizzie B. Williams


Mrs. [Louie Strentzel] Muir


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00947Kelloggs, via [Calistoga?] August 26th 1880Dear Mrs Muir:I do not fancy for one moment that there are eyes any sharper than the eyes of love, yet if the enclosed has escaped your notice it affords me pleasure to present it to you. I was as pleased to see by a letter from Mr Muir in the Bulletin of last evening that he had arrived safely – among his bachelor haunts I cannot tell you how truly disappointed I was not to have seen you both after having taken such a liberty with your friendship I hope you are well and brave. I am sure the time cannot possibly seem longer to you than it will to your


Kellogg's, via Calistoga, [Calif]

Date Original

1880 Aug 26


Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 26 cm.

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Reel 04, Image 0295

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