Martinez, Cal. July 2, 1913 Dear William Trout, I sent you a copy of “My Boyhood and Youth” a few days ago to your Milwaukee address, which I hope you have received and gained some moments of pleasure from it. I still hope to see you at least once more notwithstanding the swift flying years. And am ever faithfully your langsyne friend John Muir
1913 Jul 2
Original letter dimensions:28 x 21 cm.
1913 Jul 2 JM to WT
MSS 2 M953t Trout
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Letter from John Muir to William Trout, 1913 Jul 2
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