E. C. Love
D[aniel and Emma?] Muir
[letterhead]4near enough to the ocean so that the climate, even in summer, must be very agreeable. They raise all kinds of fruit that we do in Southern California and cherries and apples in addition. My time passed all too quickly - was much interested in what your brother had to say about his travels and he tells of them in a very entertaining manner. When I came away, he gave me a copy of his book, "The Mountains of California", which I have enjoyed reading - much more so on account of his descriptions of glaciers, how they form and "move" or "travel" and other things which he told me that helped me to the better understand his writings in
1900 Feb 27
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