Jennie T. Hendricks


John Muir


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[4]presence. You brought such a new and beautiful out door life into our mother's room. I feel like thanking you for the pleasure you and your books gave these two who are now in a far more beautiful world than this. In a most interesting letter from Margaret Henderson who visited your home, I was introduced to your wife and charming daughters. Will you please remember me most kindly to them. Mr Hendricks joins me in wishing to be affectionately remembered to youSincerely yourJennie T. Hendricks[1]IndianapolisMayMy Dear Mr. MuirThe receiving of your delightful book, with its Christmas greetings has filled our May with a bit of holiday cheer. By some mischance the copy you kindly intended for me was left at the home of Mrs. T. A. Hendricks. She was absent and did not return until the winter had passed.02995


Indianapolis [Ind.]

Date Original

[1902?] May


Original letter dimensions: 17 x 27 cm.

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Reel 12, Image 0440

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