[page blank except for number 01155]Yosemite March 11th 1885 Mr. John Muir Esq. Dear SireI learned from Mr. Stegman the express agent here, that the box of things, which I sent the next day after you left Yosemite, was delayed some where enroute and I suppose that all the living plants and [shanks?] must have died from want of attention. Now if I can be of any service to you in assisting to get you more this season, I shall be glad to do so. Please write me and let me know what you would like and I will attend to it
1885 Mar 11
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