A[nnie] K[ennedy] Bidwell
The storm delayed me in Oakland from Tuesday until Saturday, so I have just arrived, comparatively speaking. I intend acknowledging the receipt of that valuable gift of plants from Alaska, as soon as I have time, so I trust you will be patient! In haste Yours Truly A. K. Bidwell.Mr John Muir.P.S. It is possible, but probable, I may remain until Wednesday morning. Dr Woodhull lives by [Gail?]. McDowell.
Black Point, [Calif]
1880 Apr 18
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