Crockett Calif. April 25, 1907 Mr. Muir. Dear Sir, I wish to write you a few lines. But I am afraid to disturb you too much. My family and I are very thankful to you for that piece of ground what you sold to us. So I donΓÇÖt have trouble any-more for I have a corell for my cow. Now I would like to ask you Mr. Muir.
1907 Apr 25
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