Augusta Ackinson


John Muir


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[2] IIall the time while there I could not help but think of you. for it is the most natural thing in the world to associate the Big trees with you, as to associate you with the Big Trees.It was my first visit and you can imagine the wonderful impression[1]No. 95 North Bonnie AvePasadana, Cal.My Dear John Muir,Dear Friend:As you are a friend to all nature, you must be a friend to me, for I am part of Nature. We have just returned from a short (too short) visit to the Big Trees in the Big Basin. and05657


Pasadena, Calif.

Date Original

[ca. 1913]


Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 21, Image 1126

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