Cha[rle]s Warren Stoddard


John Muir


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[6]- I hope it is still a wilderness, or near one. I have been blown about rather unceremoniously for years and years: I seem to have [struck?] root, after a fashion, for I have been here twelve long[7]years in my Class Room (Eng Lit) in the Catholic University at Washington, D.C., and God knows if I shall ever escape alive. I follow slowly, but surely, in the invisible foot-steps of those who


Island Hights, N. J.

Date Original

1901 Jul 7


Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 22.5 cm.

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Reel 11, Image 0759

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