[Melville Best ] Anderson
Martinez Dec. 20, 1901Dear Prof AndersonI don't care to see proof of my memorial of blessed Miss Merrill & have not the slightest objection to having it edited to correspond with the volume as a [whole?] Indeed I know now that my [love?] & admiration caused me to write in too full & overloaded style for publication & I shall be glad to have it cut down. I was just thinking of sending you [illegible]er's [illegible] [illegible] [but?] as to gratitude [illegible] [illegible] [would?] [illegible] from us for your & Dr Flugels visit which charmed & delighted us all. With warm regards [to?] [Mrs?] Anderson I amever Yours John Muir
1901 Dec 20
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