Jeanne C. Carr
John Muir & Louie Muir
480a 480a 00920the ranch, well, she says she has never liked any place as much save that home in the Redwoods. I have also two boarding pupils, all in the barn. The place is in fine order thanks to Ned?, who turns out to be an excellent farmer. Allie is not able to do much hard work, & Dr Carr is too lame to use ‘shovel or hoe’. We shall have a fine crop of grapes, & our [illegible] oranges are full f[illegible]ted, also cherries, currants & other things which we were assured would not live & bear fruit. Come & see us when you can — I suppose the true bridal trip will be to the Yo Semite, of [course?] at the [Summit?] of the season. If you go, please take Louie to Mrs Black, & give her my love, and this message, “This is the only woman that I ever knew, who seemed a mate for John.” Dr Carr & Ned send love and congratulations, and Mrs Moore intends to write hers. Most affectionately yours Jeanne C. Carr.L[illegible] [illegible] in bloom under my [Oregon?] cedar.
1880 Jun 3
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 19.5 cm.
Reel 04, Image 0189
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