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her beloved desert. When I last saw her she said she thought of going back. I was so anxious to see her and her babies. Muir particularly - for he was such an interesting little tot. Mrs. Keith has written to me twice recently and has given me a cordial invitation to visit her. I could not accept now, but later I may runPasadenaApril 20 - 1913Dear friend, Mr. Muir.I am still in the land of sunshine and flowers but how long I will be here is a question that puzzles me. I fully expected to leave about the first of March. Conditions have been such, though, that I have lingered until I have now05426
1913 Apr 20
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