[Robert Underwood] Johnson
Martinez, CaliforniaAug. 27, 1890.Dear Mr. Johnson:We had hoped to welcome home our Alaska wanderer this week, but now letters and sketches have come instead from Glacier Bay. Mr. Muir writes that he feels well and strong, better than any time since he left the high Sierras though he has made a terribly hard exploration of the glacier heights and the icy wilderness of mountain peaks near the Muir Glacier. Although there were many days of fog and fierce storms after his arrival, he has had also
1890 Aug 27
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