Mary Frances Kellogg
with the fine picture of your beautiful home. Thank you for both_ the letter and the photograph. It is a very wonderful thing to me that John Muir has given me his friendship. It will always be a bright memory for me.Whatever may prove worth while in my little book, which, alas! moves so slowly, will be due in great measure to the inspiration of your lovingunderstanding of mountains and flowers.I did not mean to give you the impression that I had made much progress in revision. My plans are only started, with practically no work done.I don't like to think of your being there so much alone, and not taking enough thought for your own comfort and health.The orchard which was, is
1913 Feb 18
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26.5 cm.
Reel 21, Image 0153
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