Oscar R. Coast


John Muir


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[8]in a "temperence" movement that has closed all saloons and bars; leaving dining room (Hotel) privileges and wholesale houses. This afternoon I am going to "work" on my big acre and a half ranch - It will be good for the digestionWith Very Best Wishes,Sincerely Your FriendOscar R. CoastWord will reach me here or be forwarded later to Pasadena or Iowa City[5]your kind reply to my letter - but sorry it gave me no hope of seeing you here or in Pasadena.I am going next month to Pasadena on my way Eastward (to Iowa City, Iowa & then New York Via Denver) - and if Mrs Funk is still in Hollywood I shall see her; and if not there I may stop for at H[illegible] if weather is not too bad and then I could get a decent sketch. Unfortunately05450


Santa Barbara, Calif.

Date Original

1913 May 16


Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.

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Reel 21, Image 0427

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