Sarah [Muir Galloway]
from the Library written by John Burroughs in which he gives a fine description of the Harriman Alaska Expedition. The article was entitled "In [Green?] Alaska" I enjoyed it very much. I have your notes on the Pacific Coast Glaciers, written after that same trip and have also heard you talk of it. I shall hope to hear from you when you have time and then I can reply to Mary. I hope you are keeping well this winter. We here are all usually well. AffectionatelySarahPacific Grove, Calif.Jan. 30 - 1900Dear Brother JohnWhen you wrote to me last, you mentioned Joanna as having a plan for a family reunion the coming spring or summer, and later I thought from her letter she had given up the thought for the time at least. About two days ago I received a letter from Mary in which she asks what I thought about a reunion. She says "Is any one on your side of the Globe encouraging the thought, as it will soon be time to consider02656
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1900 Jan 30
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
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