G. Frederick Schwarz


John Muir


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[6]after long perseverance and patient labor.With many good wishes for your health and welfare, believe meFaithfully yours,G. Frederick SchwarzP.S.Hetch Hetchy is uppermost in the minds of your eastern friends during these stirring days. Am sending a number of "night telegrams" to Senators this evening, hoping that justice and right may previal.[4]II.imagination are found united with an inventive genius for mechanics in one and the same person. Then, also, I should like to have known more of the habits and appearance of the Indians in your boyhood days, and of the marvelous passenger pigeon, and one or two other things that you speak of in your book. Not that anything lacks a 05622


Brookline, Mass.

Date Original

1913 Dec 2


Original letter dimensions: 18 x 28 cm.

Resource Identifier


File Identifier

Reel 21, Image 1034

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Page 3


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