Mrs [Mary L.?] Swett
[Page 2] Sand of an orchard, and the rising sun through the desert haze was not unlike awe of those doughnuts. Helen is decidedly better already, but we will not be able to stay here more than a week or two, for through July and August the temperature is said to be from 112 to 130 in the coolest shade. It is now 105 and is dry enough to dry up every disease and all one’s flesh besides. When thoroughly dried out and roasted out we are going to Arizona about 400 miles east of here, 22 miles north of Wilcox where the temperature is seldom above 115. With kindest regards, we are faithfully yours, John Muir Wanda Muir, Helen Muir
Palm Springs, Calif.
1905 Jun 13
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 13 cm.
1905 June 13 JM to Mrs Swett
MSS 307 Muiriana
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