Martinez, Dec. 15/06 Dear Ina Coolbrith, The spinners are welcome to the use of my Alaska dog story for the good purpose mentioned in your letter, though I suppose the consent of the Century Company will also have to be obtained. I’m sorry your other letter failed to reach me. A good many of my letters have been lost these confused days. Helen is still far from well and I’m so choked with cares I have not been able to write a word for the press for three years or more. Hoping your health is better and that the coming year will bring you many blessings. I am every faithfully yours, John Muir
1906 Dec 15
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 20 cm.
1906 Dec 15 JM to Ina Coolbrith
MSS 2 M953 Coolbrith
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Letter from John Muir to Ina Coolbrith, 1906 Dec 15
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