Charlie [A. Keeler]
Martinez, Mar. 30, 1900.My dear Charlie,How busy you have been & how much you have accomplished. I'm very sorry to hear of you wifes illness & hope the spring weather will bring complete health. We have had Grippe here & all the miserable stupidity that belongs to it. Have done very little work lately. I promised to sketch the ice for the H.A.E. but have not commenced yet Wanda I guess finds little time for anything outside her studies. She She told us how much she enjoyed a visit at your charming house. Come up whenever you canEver Cordially Yours John Muir
1900 Mar 30
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