[John Muir]


[May] Morgan


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stream tones in his song, the rainbow mist about his nest, etc. You will find a pretty full account of his life in "The Mountains of California", much fuller than in the "National Parks" Anyhow go ahead as you are going out doors wait & watch with love & Nature will teach you & be everyway good to you.I like the Hepatica verse also. It is one of the first American flowers I learned to love when a boy fresh from the daisies & blue bells of Scotland. You are fortunate in your home in Oklahoma. Have never been there, the world is so big. I enjoyed John Burro[illegible]s good article in the March Atlantic, Wish I had time


[Martinez, Calif.]

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[1903] Mar


Original letter dimensions: 20 x 12.5 cm.

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Reel 13, Image 0374

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