Irene G. Wheelock


John Muir


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[4]are yours. You can never be lonely with so much to know and to do, as well as to remember. Forgive me for trespassing on your time, Mr Muir, my envy got the better of me.My book is in press and as soon as it is out, in November I shall take pleasure in sending you a copy.Please remember me kindly to Mrs Muir, your daughters and your sister. I shall[1]1040 Hinman Ave Evanston Ill.September 16. 1903.Mr John Muir,Dear Sir,The enclosed letter will be no greater surprise to you than it is to myself. I have this moment taken it from the pocket of my travelling writing case where it has lain unsuspected for more than a year. What you must think of me I can not surmise. I offer no excuse for my careless-03295


Evanston, Ill.

Date Original

1903 Sep 16


Original letter dimensions: 16 x 24 cm.

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Reel 13, Image 0810

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