Charles Walter Carruth
[letterhead]Oakland, Cal. June 19 1893Dear Mr. Muir:Your very kind note acknowledging receipt of the little booklet of verse which I sent you last winter I am ashamed to say I never answered. I will now say that the feeble sonnet therein [illegible] to you is but a [illegible] voicing of the admiration and regard that I feel for John Muir, the [illegible] and friend of Nature, whose only fault form a literary point of view is that he writes all too little. I have mailed you a number of sonnets written since the booklet was printed. If you have
1893 Jun 19
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