D[aniel] H. Muir
or not. I have not stuffed many birds yet - The ferns are growing fast come & see or the early ones will be past come & see The woods are full of wonders come & see And the water's full of pollywogs you'd see And each one "wags his little taily" that you'l see Leave the dirty dusty city smoky stinking what a pitty that a man who loves the country cannot breath its sweetness now delay not to come to your affetionate brother D. H Muirbe sure & get here this week 00412
1867 May 19
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 12.5 cm
Reel 01, Image 1062
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