Fannie P. Carter


John Muir


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[2]appreciated, there b[illegible]I also read "Boyhood & Youth" & have wondered whether there was some other book between that, & the travels through California, for it stops too abruptly, we want to know more of thy life & of thy parents, & others of the family, who lived & toiled to make the home happy before you had to go forth into the busy world.[3][illegible] are such books [illegible] give me the titles of those [illegible] has written, & I would appreciate it, & will be glad to read them.Thy friendFannie P. Carter.


Phila[delphia], Pa.

Date Original

1913 Oct 25


Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.

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Reel 21, Image 0926

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