Florence Scripps Kellogg
returned to Detroit recently. We took a trip to Honolulu this spring & while there, I wrote a couple of verses which she set to music. If it is ever published, or in proper form, I will send you a copy to remember us by.With kindest regards & best wishes for all good things for you, believe me ever sincerely your friendFlorence Scripps Kellogg(Apr 1913)[letterhead]AltadenaMy dear Mr. Muir:-How can I thank you fr your generous gift & sweet thoughtfulness? I have just received thro' Vronman your book telling of your boyhood days. I shall enjoy reading every word of it, & am proud to be the possessor05413
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 21, Image 0375
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