[Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore]
[Louie Strentzel] Muir
and Mr. Muir's most kind invitation to Martinez last fall, but my time in San Francisco was very short and I was away before I well realized that I had been there. In New York later, Mrs. Rollins told me of her delightful day at the ranch and quite filled me with envy. Everyone has been so delighted to find Mr. Muir again in print and have so enjoyed his Century articles this year. I hope that you will keep him to it and not let him rest until
…Washington, D. C.
1890 Dec 31
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