John Muir


Louie [Strentzel Muir]


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[2] Thence we went to the Hague, Leyden & wandered through more parks, gardens museums, & picture galleries, thence to Harlem & wandered in the green clean neat streets & drove & walked through more parks galleries etc, each seeming more wonderful & interesting than the one before. & at each we had the advantage of having some of the nursery [men?] or professors of universities or Directors [1][letterhead] Amsterdam, June 22 1903Dear Louie. Since leaving Paris weve had a grand time in novel wonderful Holland We first stopped at Rotterdam a day or two wandering about through magnificent picture galleries, parks of fine bosky trees & flowers & miles & miles of nurseries from which shrubs & trees especially rhododendrons & azaleas & kalmias are shipped to most all the world.03268



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1903 Jun 22


Original letter dimensions: 21 x 27 cm.

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Reel 13, Image 0670

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