[J. E.] Calkins
Martinez June 4, 1913Dear Mr Calkins:Many thanks for your long kind letter I often thought of you in your orange grove home & hoped the killing frost of last winter had hurt you but lightly as your place is so near the mountain foothills.I wish our homes were fewer miles apart. All my notes - a huge pile are here- the gatherings of a lifetime, & it's hard to move, only six volumes published as yet out of material for more than a hundred. Am now at work on my Alaska travels, and as soon as they are off my hands I mean to write another autobio volume.With all good wishes for yourself & family I am ever faithfully yoursJohn Muir09214
1913 Jun 4
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 21, Image 0487
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