[Dr.] E. S. Goodhue
[letterhead]Mr John MuirMartinez,Dear Sir,Your kind note of a few weeks ago received. We have some beautiful scenery here, and our mountain woods have there own charms for the lover of Nature, but there is nothing here that [illegible] interest or calls forth the affection (shall I say love?) of the behold[illegible] [illegible] so much of the scenery in dear old California. A few weeks ago we were reading your "Mountains of California", and when we had finished I felt like a boy [illegible]ent to be away seeing for myself what you have beautifully put in a book. And now03109
Koloa, Kauai [Hawaii]
[ca. 1902 ?]
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Reel 12, Image 0903
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