Wanda Muir


[John Muir]


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[4]Just now Elfie came along and jumped up in my lap and sniffed over the paper as if to see what I could be doing and then ran away to play with Helen We have had some fine walks since Lou came back. Cousin Lacey wrote several letters from Chicago, did you meet any of his party there. Aunt Bessie seems so good, I love her very much. Mama is trying to teach me to sing, and I have learned three tunes. I gave one of my canarys to Emily Hayward.[1]Martinez Cal.June,2. 1893.My dear PapaWe received your your three letters from Chicago also your telegram from New York, How long do you expect to stay in N.Y.? Mama says she things you must be having a fine time with all those fine people. How do you like John Burroughs.? Will you have time to sail up the Hudson river.? I suppose Mr. and Mrs. Keith have enjoyed the trip too but they must have been09164


Martinez, Calif.

Date Original

1893 Jun 2


Original letter dimensions: 18 x 22.5 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 07, Image 1022

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