J[ohn] Strentzel


John Muir


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[1] Alhambra 8/2 79.Friend Muir, Since you left us, I too have had my share of “the blues” of the deepest dye, my mind running upon last wills & testaments [illegible]- but after a patient trial of the hygienie agency of calorie with liberal doses of oat brose for sustenance, the overburdened lungs have resumed their normal action so far as their abnormal state will permit. How I might have fared if left down in the midst


Alhambra, [Calif]

Date Original

1879 Aug 2


Original letter dimensions: 41 x 21.5 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 03, Image 1126

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