Gifford Pinchot


John Muir


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Biltmore, N.C.June 19, 1893.Dear Mr. Muir,I beg your pardon most sincerely for my delay in sending you the letters which go by this mail. it was very careless of me, but the matter slipped my mind completely. I have been in camp for a week, or it would have been attended to before. Of the letters I send you, that to Dr. ([illegible] Sir Dietrich,) [Brandis?] will, I thin, be the most valuable


Biltmore, N. C[arolina]

Date Original

1893 Jun 19


Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 22.5 cm.

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Reel 07, Image 1102

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