Myra C. Marshall


John Muir


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[3]his attention is needed on the eastern work. It is six long years since I have seen my native state and that is entirely too long to stay away.I am planning to go by way of the Yellowstone and return by the Grand Canon - thus devouring all the beauties possible in one short summer.[2]Mrs. [H.?] E. Simmons2431 Capitol AvenueSacramentoCalifornia.I am anticipating a trip to California this summer with my two girls, but Bradford fears he will not be able to go go so far west this year, as


[Washington, D. C.]

Date Original

1913 May 8


Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27 cm.

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Reel 21, Image 0405

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