[Annie K.] Bidwell
Martinez High School, both women. How the years have flown since those Shasta & Chico Mountaineering, botanizing, boating snag jumping days with the General & yourself & Sall[illegible] Hooker & Gray!! Blessed days. I must try to write my memories of them ere it be too late. I expect to see Sir Joseph again this summer. I had a delightful letter from him a short time ago. I have always regretted I could not have seen more of Sall[illegible] & Col. Alexander when they were in California last. Give them my kindest regards. Ever faithfully yoursJohn Muir
1903 Feb 24
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Reel 13, Image 0210
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