Jeanne C. Carr
then have only heard through Henry Butler, and he does not know where to direct a letter in reply. You see my letter is of an old date. I began it and then tried to get word from some of Muirs relatives in this state. No answer having come to my [illegible] in that quarter. I must trouble you for any infor- mation you possess. in the hope that it will be more recent. I enclose a word to Muir whichI will ask you to direct for me in case you know where a letter would reach him. We remember your visit to us with pleasure. I wish you could come again, I feel a kind of kinship to all young men who love the plants. My boys send their kindest remembrance to you - and I am Your friend, truly, Jeanne C. Carr.
1868 May 10
Original letter dimensions: 19.0 x 25.0 cm
Reel 01, Image 1202
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