[Melville Best] Anderson
to health seekers the Calaveras grove & Giant Forest of the [illegible]weah, in both of which are bed & board accommodations. But all are far above railroads & the stage roads are long & wearisome & dusty at this time of year I'll see you to any of God's mountain mansions you may choose. "Never be [illegible]", as the scotch say. let me often her how goes the battle.Ever your friendJohn Muir
1902 Sep 7
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