mornings. Palo Alto is a pretty village with its fine trees, and I hope that we shall all have the pleasure of welcoming you and your family here one of these days. I spoke with [Dudly?], who joins me in these hopes; you may be assured that there will not be any circle of chairs arranged around you, and no 'talk', 'lecture' and unnecessary handshaking. We are too [innocent?] & good natured for that, and not as wise as the B. snakes. With the Kindest regards to Mrs Muir and your daughters and thanks for your many kindnesses (last not least the charming book and the pine-cone)Yours faithfullyEwald Flugel [diacritic].Stanford UniversityJan. 10. 1902My dear Mr Muir,You and your dear wife (as I should say in German; in ['America?'] : M[?] Muir) must regard me as a most ungrateful wretch for not having written a line yet after my return home from your hospitable roof! I plead guilty of having been painfully negligent, but I can assure you that I have not been ungrateful! On the contrary whenever I was able to take a free breath under the02936
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