Oscar R. Coast
funeral ceremonies.The day before we went under advise to Miradero - he took a short drive down with me - as I was going to [illegible] and my last memory of him as I saw him out of doors was his standing near the beach looking at the great ocean.I then saw him only once in the sanitariumI felt sure that you would be glad to know these details of the last days of your friend.I was very glad [illegible] atSanta Barbara CalifMay 16:- 1913."The Gregson"My Dear Mr Muir.Our good friend Francis Brown was taken from us last Sunday morning while at Miradero Sanitarium - to which place he had gone from "The Gregson in the hope of being benefited by the good care of a sanitarium - but neither he nor his friends realized his serious condition05450
Santa Barbara, Calif.
1913 May 16
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