Jeanne [C.] Carr
Oakland Cal Sept 28th 1869.Dear John Muir, I make one more half desperate attempt to recover you in time; having gone to home keeping and having a place to which to welcome & in which keep you - You will report yourself accordingly at Oakland Webster St. near corner of 11th. "Tarltons' home". I am awfully homesick, had just as soon die & go to the wood as not - but the Dr & the boys might miss me & I wont. Besides I want to see you again - I have some for all your plants - Prof Butler has been here & gone to Sand- Mich. Islands - and I am as ever Your friend Deanna Carr
1869 Sep 28
Original letter dimensions: 21 x 13.5 cm.
Reel 02, Image 0145
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