Sallie J. Kennedy


John Muir


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[4]it, the Sun revealed it in its thin white mantle? Whether in the Mountains or on the Sea, that you may enjoy more than usual happiness if possible is the wish of your friend. Sallie J. Kennedy.I hear Prof. Butler will go “abroad” this Summer. I should have told you how much I enjoyed your bright amusing letter. 00799 [1] Washington, June 21st, 1878.My dear Mr Muir: It is well you are as far away as you are, or I should write you a good scolding. But when I consider it would be a whole week on the way; and perhaps several more would elapse ere you returned to find it, and when you did it would express a sentiment possibly passed away. I conclude I will not. I am glad you liked the photographs. I am quite at sea as to where you are going. Annie understood you to say you were going with Captain



Date Original

1878 Jun 21


Original letter dimensions: 20 x 24.5 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 03, Image 0844

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