Mary Frances Kellogg


John Muir


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[4]in the books. I have promised the one I bought (before the gift one came) to my cousin, Clara Penfield, who lives with me.My brother Will has been away on business for several months. In June, Mrs. Kellogg and Ellen & Dorothy left to join him for a visit with a friend in the Colorado Mountains, and William and three boy friends, with a chauffeur, made the trip in the same machine in which they went to Yosemite. Mrs. Kellogg & Dorothy are now visiting "Winnie the Skylark" in Detroit.[1][letterhead]July 12, 1913My dear Mr. Muir:Your letter came yesterday afternoon and was most welcome. It had been quite a while since news from you had come.I have been very sorry to read of the possible success of the furtherers of the scheme to use Hetch-Hetchy for San Francisco. I knew how you were feeling about it.05499


Altadena, Calif.

Date Original

1913 Jul 23


Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26.5 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 21, Image 0620

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