Mary Lynn [?] Moore
know the pleasure your writings give to us of circumscribed limits, you would, I know, live in grubb it all the time.Very sincerelyMary Lynn [Jade?] MoorePoland Ohio[illegible] CoNovember twenty seventhMr Muir:Dear Sir:It has never been my habit to write to authors; in fact this is my first attempt but I have wondered if you would like to know the intense pleasure you have given me - and are giving me - for I am now reading your last book. Your descriptions03107
[ca. 1902] Nov 27
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