Sarah M[uir] Galloway
Mary [Muir Hand]
MY POST-OFFICE ADDRESS IS...MY TELEGRAPH ADDRESS IS...MY EXPRESS ADDRESS IS...UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREBUREAU OF FORESTRYPasadena, Cal., Dec. 17, 1903.Mr. John Muir,Martinez, Cal.My Dear Mr. Muir:-I have not known whether you had returned from your foreign trip, but am anxious to know, and am also anxious to know if you and yours are well. I sincerely hope nothing happened during your trip to mar your pleasure. I am sure no one could possibly get as much out of such a trip as you, and many thousands of people will be anxious to read your account of it. I don't think you realize how much your writings are appreciated. If you were to turn out a volume every week they would be eagerly devoured by your many admirers. I have been pegging away this summer very busily in the forestry work, and hope I may have the pleasure of meeting you before long and talk over matters.Trusting I may hear from you soon, and with kindest regards from us all for you and yours, I amVery sincerely yours,T. P. Lukens03316
1903 Dec 16
Original letter dimensions: 22.5 x 13.5 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0910
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