Melville B. Anderson
Menlo Park, 3 Sept., 1902Dear Mr. Muir:I was not thought to be well enough to go with the Sierra Club this summer, but am now sufficiently recovered to be vaguely considering a trip to the mountains somewhere. Perhaps I am not quite equal to going off alone, and at the season my friends are all, so far as I know, busy with their affairs. I had written to John Fox at Millwood, but Jordan tells me he has disappeared. Dead? Do you know of any one I could employ to accompany me and do my packing & cooking? [illegible] of course03036
Menlo Park [Calif.]
1902 Sep 3
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