Mary Barr Munroe
P.O. Box 178,Cocoanut Grove,Dade Co., Florida.Dear Mr. Muir:No one was ever more delighted at receiving a remembrance than I was when I found your promised book among my mail one morning just before Christmas. Thank you. And I do not believe that anyone ever enjoyed a talk with you more than I did, not even Professor Sargent himself.You made me again proud of being a Scotchwoman, but of that I am proud every day. How I should delight in seeing you again. I hope I shall.Mr. Munroe wishes to be remembered most kindly as I do, and believe me, John Muir,Your sincere friend and admirer,Mary Barr Munroe.331
…Cocoanut Grove, Dade Co., Florida
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