Olive Thorne Miller
are not generally overburdened with this world's goodsWith thanks for your cordial greetingI am sincerely yoursOliver Th[illegible] Miller[letterhead]Oct 22dMy dear Mr Muir:I was very glad to receive your letter of the 14th last evening. I can hardly credit your statement that writing is a "slow awkward unnatural business" Certainly I can't believe that your chapters on the01860
Brookline, N. Y.
circa [1894 ?] Oct 22
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 24.5 cm.
Reel 08, Image 0457
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