N. D. Stebbins
or more. Mr Herbert [Spencer?] & his crowd might laugh with a sneer at such expressions – but I will glory in them. With warmest regards to Mrs Muir & a kiss for the lovely little daughterTruly Ever your Friend N. D. StibbinsPS. I hope in the future to do better on my next visit to [S. F.?]N.D.S--A little more-say to Mrs Muir there was something in the telegram that made me feel towards her as an old familiar friend / I hope so rather than to be [illegible] [with her?]N.D S01087
Santa Barbara, Cala.
1882 Dec 15
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 04, Image 0952
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