N. D. Stebbins
[Letter of N. D. Stebbins to John Muir, Aug. 7, 1874, continued]it all as much as my young friends. I would like to visit the Valley once more. My health is very precarious. Only last week I had one of the severest attacks of congestive intermittent I ever had. I feel now prostrated, and expect to be for some time, as I don't recuperate as when a young man.Give my love to Prof. and Mrs. Carr. I can never forget their politeness and kindness to me while I was in California.Anything you want in this part of the world I can get and forward. Lay your commands, as I wish to beTruly your humble servant and friend,N. D. Stebbins.336
1874 Aug 7
Original letter dimensions: 21 x 27 cm.
Reel 03, Image 0129
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