[Rev. May 11th?]M – O Martinez Apr 28, 1881.My dear Dr Englemann,Your notice of your oak wants was a month too late for the flowers, the season here being very early. I at once went to the hills however & procured you the young acorns which I now forward with this. All goes well in the home, the mother in good health, & the young Miss Muir growing amazingly fast, tough as a mountain oak, the grandparents happy as possible. With cordial thanks for your congratulations & for the abundance of hard good
…San Francisco, [Calif]
1881 Apr 13
Original letter dimensions: 26 x 13.5
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