J. H. Mellichamp
I tried to get the c[illegible] for Mr [Canby?] as he deserves all things good & beautiful, I shall send them to him. Tomorrow I expect to take a run in the country, I may find some good things, if I find them I may send them to you also to Mr [Canby?]. I may take a trip on my River, go to old Cap Island wh I should like to visit once more, see if I can find F[illegible] for years ago it bloomed there, made a fruit, this will [do?] f[illegible] [present?], I shall say goodbye, many thanks for the beautiful book! — , am yours very truly J. H. MellichampBlufftonSouth Carolina9. August 1903-To-Prof John Muir-Martinez Cal.Dear Prof Muir-I dont know where you are now - whether in Russia, or Martinez, but one thing is certain your Le Conte book after much travelling around the country has come at last! Evidently it has been to Charleston, surely it has been to Atlanta03286
Bluffton, S. C.
1903 Aug 9
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 26.5 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0760
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