Marian O. Hooker


John Muir


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[2]with great interest - it makes me homesick for the places we have seen this summer - and I can hear your voice telling us the things we wanted so much to know as we went on our way or sat under the trees. I cannot express how much it has all been to me - Ellie came home yesterday, and since her arrival we have been talking steadily about those there[3]perfect weeks, going over every delightful incident - The last of my photographs have just been developed - Now I am having them printed, and hope this week to send off a package of them to you- Some of them are very clear and good, but some that are not so clear and good, but some that are not so clear I shall enclose because they are of the mountains and may be of


Los Angeles

Date Original

1902 Sep 7


Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27.5 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 12, Image 0592

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Page 2


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