Marian O. Hooker
Some [prints?] that Mr. Gannett did not take - Some of those I was most desirous of having did not come out at all - Especially those taken from the summit of Mt. Whitney- As I don't know whether it was a bad film or bad developing that ruined them, I can't spend my math satisfactorily! We hear rumors of your being in Los Angeles this month - My Mother and Father join us girls 9-7-'02[letterhead]My dear Mr. Muir-A very great pleasure came to me in the form of your book - and the pleasure was the more keen when I saw the photograph of you and read the inscription that went straight to my heart and made me long again for our party in the mountains- I have been reading the book03042
1902 Sep 7
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27.5 cm.
Reel 12, Image 0590
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