to do it alone. It would be a great experience. No packer afoot with a few pack [arrivals?]. This is a day dream. Why do you Miss, Miss us? We are still of the mountains visiting the city. We are looking forward to October and your coming. I hope some day I may know your girls. Marian joins me in great regard.Sincerely yoursEllie MosgroveSept. 28, 1902.9-28-'02My dear Mr. Muir:I return with many thanks and added interest your account of the clock. The family have laughed over my enthusiasm in regard to the clock and have thought [illegible] [illegible] many of its workings. they are now silenced. We were perfectly delighted to see and have Mr. Gannett03065
1902 Sep 28
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