[Jeanne C.] Carr
ever best Tell Allie that I would be very glad to have him send me an anemone [nemorosa] and A. Nuttalliani. They do not grow here, I wish he & [Henry] could visit me on Saturdays as they used to do The poor eye is much better I could read a letter with it, I believe that sight is increasing. I have nearly an eye and a half left I feel if possible more anxious to travel then ever. I read a description of the Yo Semite valley last year and have thought of it most every say since. You know my tastes better than anyone else. I am most gratefully John MuirMy love to Allie & Mary and all my friends00410
 May 2
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 25.0 cm
Reel 01, Image 1055
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