E. C. Love
D[aniel and Emma?] Muir
[letterhead]2on the railroad, and is much safer, as there is no danger of trains coming from both directions at the same time, as the Michigan Central has a double track. But to return to Martinez: on leaving the town, I found my way led out and curved around and into a beautiful little valley - a valley that could not be seen from the railroad and I was really surprised to find such a nice place among the hills and on arriving at Mr Muir's residence I received a very cordial greeting. He was looking for no other guest on that day and at once called me by name and I immediately recognized him from a picture I had seen of him in the prospectus of the "Atlantic Monthly" or one of the other
1900 Feb 27
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