[Robert Underwood] Johnson
The Tullys were here & we liked them very much. They are coming up again to spend a day or two with us before going to New York. Mrs T. is charming & will I think soon be well known. I'll have to go with the President [Roosevelt?] I suppose if invited though I'll make a sorry guide I fear amid so much confusing political fire.] If only you would come to shape & steer things I might be enabled to do some good. I wish you could, but it's cheering to hear you are going anywhere restfully out of that hard weary office with its century of cares. Heaven & [Italia?] be good to youEver faithfully yoursJohn Muir
1902 Sep 12
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