D. R. Wood
sitting of you, at our expense, if you will go to the address 794 Sulter street.We wish very much to have a good portrait of you to hang in our class room with Ago[illegible], Le Conte & Lyndall. Let us have it that we may know our own [Naturalist?]My class is delighted with the pictures you gave us. The ones I took [were poor?].Give my kindest regards to Mrs Muir. Also remember me kindly to your daughters I shop I may have the pleasure of entertaining you all in San Jose.Can you make it possible Mr Muir to grant our request? If so present the enclosed card at the address named.Thanking you again and again for the delightful day with youI am most sincerelyD. R. Wood.03219
San Jose, Calif.
1903 Apr 20
Original letter dimensions: 26 x 19.5 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0442
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