Henrietta D. Munro
and were very much attached to each other. Mrs. Muir used to read parts of your letters to me. They were always so interesting and often had little leaves and flowers pressed in them that you had gathered in your wanderings. Is your mother living still? When last I heard - many years ago - she was in some part of Wisconsin (Portage City) I think. But we have not heard from Mrs. Brown sinceSudbury OntOct 15 /90Mr. John MuirDear SirI trust you will pardon the liberty I take, in writing you, but while on a visit to Hamilton this summer, my mother who had been reading some of you delightful writings in a magazine, saw
Sudbury, Ont[ario, Canada]
1890 Oct 15
Original letter dimensions: 18 x 22.5 cm.
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