Thank you again and again for the trip and all your kindness to usSincerelyEllie MosgroveSept. 7, 1902325 N. Adams St.9-7-'02My dear Mr. Muir'--It was with great joy I found your book awaiting me Saturday morning when I arrived home. We are reading it together with so much pleasure and profit and the memory of going through our National Park with you. The inscription was so beautiful and true, for the mountains became the most hospitable home in the world.03041
1902 sep 7
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