Lizzie B. Williams
San Fransisco. 703 Bush St. October 2nd 1883 Dear Mr and Mrs Muir I hope, dear friends, that you will not judge my friendship by my long silence. It has been through sickness, and through inability to write letters, not that I did not think of you often, and very often speak of you. It was so kind and thoughtful to send me such an exquisite foy grapes as I passed so
San Francisco [Calif.]
1883 Oct 2
MSS 048 John Muir Papers
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