Hugh S. Gibson
524 W. Pico St.,Los Angeles, Cal.,Sept. 26, 1902,My dear Mr. Muir:By an accompanying package I send you some pictures taken in Kings River Canyon. Since I saw the pictures that Miss Hooker made for you I haven't set such a high value on mine, but will be very glad if they will afford you any pleasure.In your letter you asked if I would like to have one of your books. Most assuredly I would. A friend begged for my copy of the Mountains of California and I am now "Mountainless.” you will send me a copy of that I shall prize it highly.Mr. Lummis asks me to send you his regards,Yours sincerely,Hugh S. Gibson.03062
1902 Sep 26
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 24.5 cm.
Reel 12, Image 0668
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