Marion Foster Washburne
Hollywood, Sept 7 - 1913My dear Mr. Muir:-Your friendly letter, with its words of warm appreciation of my uncle Gen. Noble, & of helpful suggestions for me, was just what I hoped for - & it is not often that a letter is quite that, is it? Indeed, its kindness, & the fact that the objects of the Sierra Club, as set forth on your letter-head, include the publishing of "authentic information concerning" the mountain regions of this coast, encourage one to ask you many more questions.We are on the eve of departure for Tulare, where05530
1913 Sep 7
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 12.5 cm.
Reel 21, Image 0724
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