Sarah [Muir Galloway]
or give it up for another year." I went to David and talked the matter over and he thought it could be managed only he thought it would be very hard on Maggie, he did not know how she would be able to bear the excitement of it all, so I thought I would ask what you thought about it too. I did not think [illegible] to write to John Reid or Maggie as it might stir her up too much just to be thinking about it. If they come we will expect to have them here too either before or after their visit in the Valley as thought best. In a letter from Dan's wife, she said that he was getting to be about normal but had still to be cautious. She also said that they were looking forward to a visit from Joanna and her daughter the coming summer. A short time since I had a few words from Maggie [Innam?], she said her Mother was wonderfully well. In the February number of the "World's Work" I see a very good and characteristic picture of you in the Yosemite with John Burroughs. You look so perfectly natural and easy - Not long since I had a book
Pacific Grove, Calif.
1900 Jan 30
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 11, Image 0047
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