(Miss) Harriet Geithman
strikes root in our Washington soil. It gives me the keenest delight to express to you but a small part of the appreciation I feel. "Muir's Lamp" on Mt. Ranier is no more merely a resting place under a ledge of rock.With sincerest regards, I am(Miss) Harriet Geithman#312 Boston BlockSeattle, Wn.April 17-1913.Apr 17 1913Mr. John Muir,Martinez, Cal.Dear Mr. Muir:-On our Seattle Mountaineers' hike last Sunday, we were discussing your books and our President, Prof. Meany suggested that I write you my appreciation of your rare contributions to our American out-of-door literature.After reading your, "My First05424
1913 Apr 17
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