E. C. Love
D[aniel and Emma?] Muir
[letterhead]Feb 27. 1900.Mr & Mrs D.H. MuirLincoln NebraskaDear FriendsIf you have not heard from Martinez since I visited your brother John, this letter will be a surprise to you; but, as I was there on the 16th and 17th, it is probable that you have heard that I have been there. Right here let me say that I had a very pleasant visit - one that I shall ever remember with pleasure. I have passed through the town of Martinez a number of times on my trips to and from San Francisco & have often thought I would like to stop and call on John Muir but he is so liable to be away from home that it is hardly worth while
1900 Feb 27
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