M[argaret] Hay Lunam


[John Muir]


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[6]tell Sarah i would have written to her, if I had her address, I do deeply sympathize with her. I trust Mrs Muir & your own two b[illegible] are well, Mr Murdock is going to take a voyage to Maderia: this month to get some sunny weather, for a week or two, after our cold severe winter: Maggie wishes she could also[7]get some perpetual sunny days also, but we must wait, till we can get our house set for a few weeks in [illegible] before we think of a change we are looking forward with pleasure to see you in Dunbar this summer. should nothing prevent you: Maggie joins me in much love to you and all your dear


Westfield, Dunbar [Scotland]

Date Original

[1903] Mar 13


Original letter dimensions: 14.5 x 21 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 13, Image 0268

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Page 4


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