[Anna R.] Dickey
[Original letter returned to Mrs. Anna R. Dickey]Martinez, Aug. l3, 1913.Dear Mrs. Dickey:I've been working night and day on the all-time-devouring Hetch Hetchy. Soon will know whether the question will go over to the next regular session of Congress. Then we may have a breathing spell.Rejoicing in the good reviving time you're having, Ever faithfully your friend, JOHN MUIR[Envelope addressed Mrs. Anna R. Dickey, Arbolada P.O., near Monterey, Cal., and forwarded to Pine Inn, Carmel, Cal.]
1913 Aug 13
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