Evelyn Crow Simmons


John Muir


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father's name.Will you write the name of the pine pecular to this country about Inverness?We hope for the success of your Hetch Hetchy work but can't quite forgive its taking you away from us so soon. The children, seeing me with my pen, exclaim with oneleaves us about the middle of August to visit old friends in San Jose.You asked for the children's names-Evelyn Bradford MarshallVirginia Mann MarshallSamuel Bradford SimmonsElisabeth Crocker Simmons.The Bradford in both names is of course Scotch, my


Inverness [Calif.]

Date Original

[ca. 1913]


Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.

Resource Identifier


File Identifier

Reel 21, Image 1178

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Page 2


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