Myra C. Marshall


John Muir


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[3]"The time has come" as the Walrus said, "to speak of of many things," but the one most mportant and foremost is when are you coming for that long-promised visit to us?We are having such a mild, delightful winter that I am sure all Californians would consider themselves lucky to be here with us. We are not having snowstorms here.I have worn furs but one day this winter-now what do you think of that?Why don't you come on to the Inauguration, and far more important, to the suffragists' parade on the third? We have your room in readiness, now won't you come?With much love from all the Marshall family.I am always sincerely,Myra C. MarshallJanuary 23, 1913


[Washington, D. C.]

Date Original

1913 Jan 23


Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27 cm.

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Reel 21, Image 0075

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