[Charles A.] Keeler
Martinez, May 8/02Dear Mr Keeler:I was commencing a letter to you fearing [Merodim?] was ill When yours arrived We fondly hope she will soon be well again give her our sincere regards, & let us know as often as you can how she is. Fondly hoping your visit to us will not be long postponed I am with kindest regards to Mrs KeelerEver faithfully yoursJohn Muir
1902 May 8
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