Louie [Strentzel Muir]
from an operation for appendicitis. Ill call also on Johnson & Gilder & hope to see grand old Robin Hood.The Presidents personal letters - four of them. came today. Two of them are to our ambassadors at St Petersburg & Peking, one "to whom it may concern" calling in particular on all military & naval officers to assist us in every way possible etc. The other was to myself expressing his enjoyment of the Yosemite trip & his thanks in the heartiest[letterhead]May 25 Dear LouieI arrived in Boston at midnight on the 23d not very tired & went to nearby hotel. Next morning Robison Sargent came & took me out to this lovely home. All were glad to see me Last evening Sunday there was a large company at dinner The satchel you packed was here a day or two before me & my black suit had not a wrinkle in it & looked well among the other dress suits I suppose. I was glad03254
 May 25
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 24.5 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0566
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