Cornelius B. Bradley
Berkeley, Oct, 17, 1902.Dear Mr. Muir,Thanks most sincerely for the sweet proof which came yesterday of your continued remembrance of us. The grapes came in excellent condition, and were fit to have been the grapes of Es[illegible] - only I am sure those never could have had the flavor of these. But chief of all the elements in their bouquet is the flavor of friendship;- and that is daily becoming to me more and more the most precious thing in the world. I have been reading your book aloud to my folks, and to03077
1902 Oct 17
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 22.5 cm.
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