M[ary] M[c]H[enry] Keith
[Louie Strentzel] Muir
Alaska, and perhaps climb that strap big mountain, that has never been climbed and you know how daring he is. As for Mr. Keith, I am sure it will do him good, and increase his reputation as it will that of Mr. Muir. Give my love to your mother, and we shall have a fine walk, tell Wanda and Helen.Aff[[illegible]Your friendM. McH. Keith P.S. Dear Mr. Muir How old is Johnnie? it has been a source of great study with me & I am interested to know how many decades he is older thanYours truly,[Wm?] KeithMrs. Keith suggests that we walk thro Scotland in Kilts & I [add?] on stilts, with R[illegible] on stilts, I rather like the idea
[1893 ?] Apr 19
Original letter dimensions: 18 x 23 cm.
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