John Muir


[A. H.] Sellers


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[2]solitude. That I did not you may in great part thank Frank who used me so well & showed me so much of the fair. I had a grand fertile time among the fiords & valleys of Norway Got some fine telling facts there bearing on my studies., Also in Switzerland through which I bored pretty thouroughly though I made no special studies In London I spent about two weeks - an awful wilderness. But fortunately I found my old friend Hooker with whom I had a delightful & instructive time. He took me through the Abbey Parliment House Museum etc & then out to his home in Sunningdale 25 miles from London where he showed me his portfolio of sketches he made in the little known


Martinez, Calif.

Date Original

1893 Dec 31


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Reel 07, Image 1461

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