Charles Francis Saunders
the subject, if the question is not too great an intrusion upon your time, and with many thanks 'in anticipation'I remainSincerely yoursCharles Francis SaundersA stamped envelope is enclosed -John Muir EsqPasadena, CaliforniaAugust 9/03My dear Sir-Though personally unknown to you, I venture to write you in quest of a little information on a subject which the recent p[illegible]l of your fascinating book on the "Mountains of California" makes me think you are [doubtless?] familiar.Last winter my wife and I spent several weeks upon the island of Santa Catalina, where in our rambles about the hills we were often in[illegible]ted in ob-03287
1903 Aug 9
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