Yellowstone Park Association,Yellowstone Lake Hotel,July 11, 1896.Hello Midge,I [am] getting nearer to you, but still it is a long way home. I hope you are well and not too lonesome, and that the oat crop and peach crop are good and abundant.Here is a pretty Kalmia I picked yesterday, and a bunch of gentians. I sailed the Yellowstone lake yesterday. I must run. The stage is ready. Goodbye.[JOHN MUIR]113 02123
Yellowstone National Park
Original letter dimensions: 22 x 14 cm.
Reel 09, Image 0302
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