Marian O. Hooker


John Muir


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[2]haunt meMy present days have by no means the joy of the mountains. I never was meant for a sailor, and though this steady ship and fairly smooth sea make the trip far more comfortable than any I have had on the Atlantic before, I haven't the slightest desire to prolong it by an hour.Mother wishes me to give you her love and tell you she had your letter. She thought[3]she had given you our address - it is Bank of Montreal9 Waterloo PlacePall Mall S.W.London.Letters from there will be forwarded to us. It looks so far as though the weather would offer no objection to our landing at [Grumstorm?]. I suppose we shall go on to London after about a week, and from there start excursioning around


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Date Original

1913 May 18


Original letter dimensions: 18 x 23 cm.

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Reel 21, Image 0439

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Page 2


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