E. C. Love
D[aniel and Emma?] Muir
the book referred to. Both Mr & Mrs Muir gave me a very cordial invitation to visit them again. He finished reading and correcting proof of his next article for publication, while I was there and mailed it when he brought me to town Saturday afternoon for me to take the evening train for San Francisco. That Friday and Saturday (the 16th & 17th of this month) are days that I shall remember as very pleasant days spent at Martinez. I am spending a few weeks here but do not know how long I may remain in the city. I still call Riverside my home. Mother was as well as usual when I left Riverside and her letters would indicate that she is still enjoying usual health, although she is not strong and has to be very careful not to do too much. Miss Shaw is still with us. She has made
1900 Feb 27
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