4attempts to "entertain" you. Am I presuming too much to ask you to my house when you have old friends homes open to you always? I fear so: still I do it. Perhaps you will come and honor our [house?].I am very respectfullyBradford Leavitt3216 Jackson Street.[letterhead]Sept. 18 1901.My dear Mr. Muir: -It was kind of you to send me the "Atlantic" with your article on the forests of Yosemite. I read it with great interest, especially the last two pages where you speak of Emerson. I became enthusiastic over that part and read it aloud to some friends the other day. It had the breath of the woods in it, and the very spirit of the great trees singing through it. You will02891
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