Helen Douglas Greame
San Juan, Cal.May 9, 1903.My dear Mr. Muir-It is nearly a year since the three girls and the "Judge - Riller" had the time of their lives in going to the wonderful Kern Canon [diacritic] and Mt. Whitney with you. And this coming summer is going to find us widely scatteredMrs. Dickey and Donald in Iowa - Marian in Italy - Mr. Gannett in Manila and Ellie is undecided yet, while I have decided in the winter just past to give up single blessedness, and marry a man who loves the mountains as much as I do. He is Austin Sperry, a nephew of the03237
San Juan, Calif.
1903 May 9
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 20 cm.
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