Mrs. A. H. Jackson
Jolon, Calif. Sept. 21st ‘96 Prof. John Muir. Martinez, Cal. Kinda Sir- I have just rec’d your delightful book “The Mountains of California,” and wish to return my sincere thanks for it. It is a great pleasure to be the [passesom?] of such a work, but I shall prize it also as a gift from the author. Mr. Jackson joins me in kindest regards to you, and we both hope it may be our pleasure and honor to meet you again in the near future. Sincerely yours Mrs. A. H. Jackson
1896 Sep 21
Original letter dimensions: 12 x 20 cm.
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Letter from Mrs. A. H. Jackson to John Muir, 1896 Sep 21
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