Katharine [M.] Graydon
2530 College Ave.Berkeley, Cal.Dear Mr. Muir,I am wondering if you are all well, and if it would be convenient for Miss Thompson and me to come up next Saturday afternoon (the 26th) and stay until Tuesday? I have been wanting to come, to tell you of [homeland?] as well as to hear what the mountains have been saying to you. [illegible] this is really the fist day it has been possible to drop things and get awayPlease let me hear in time to make arrangements with Mina Thompson at Palo Alto.With love to all,your friend,Katharine GraydonOct. 17th 9502041[in margin: If we came, we shall take the train which leaves city at four o'clk. Shall you be on it?]
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