[Emily C. Hawley]
[First draft of letter,in note-book][Emily C. Hawley]: [March, 1903]Dear Miss [Hawley]I thank you for your kind letter. It is always encouraging to know from words like yours that one's books have not been written in vain - that one's calls to behold God's works have not been in vain.You will be welcomed by the Sierra Club, come when you may, for its main object is to encourage people to go to the mountains and enjoy them. The mountains, too, will welcome you.[John Muir][There is another draft of this letter]
[1903 Mar ?]
Original letter dimensions: 21 x 17 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0366
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