[John Muir]


[Anna Galloway]


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Ind'p'l's Jan [illegible]My dear little flower loving niece I read your nice little letter containing so long a list of candy animals that came from the well stocked fields & pastures of Old Santa Claus, I guess he thought you were a good girl, and I think so too - I have a great many pretty wild flowers to show you some day, and I want you to keep some to show me Here is a pretty moss that I found in Indiana growing on a great big old rotten log. Its name is Climacium [illegible]- [illegible]. I do not think you can find it in Wisconsin. I will tell you about it when I come to see you. I think grandma gave you a nice present, you will [illegible] with [illegible] to some purpose some day


Ind[ianapolis, Ind]

Date Original

1867 Jan


Original letter dimensions: 20.0 x 13.0 cm

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Reel 01, Image 0920

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