J[oseph] C. Pickard
JOSEPH C. PICKARD,MAYWOOD, ILL.January 7th. 1902.My Dear Mr. Muir,I think you will enjoy the enclosed letter. - Mrs. Tydale is now the wife of a Boston lawyer. For some years before marriage she was Professor of English Literature in the University of Iowa of which my brother was President. Wh[illegible] visiting her last summer our talk drifted to yourself. She had not read your "Mountains of California" - on my return to Boston I sent her a copy, & this letter is her acknowledgement. You need not trouble to return it, as I have made a copy. I trust Christmas and New Year's brought you holiday blessings. The good abide with you.Cordially yoursJ C. Pickard02928
1902 Jan 7
Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 14 cm.
Reel 12, Image 0059
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