July 23rd 1903 My Dear Friend I hope I am not presuming too much on our acquaintance of ΓÇ£auld lang syneΓÇ¥ in thus addressing you. My daughter Grace and her husband Walter Lindsay and I expect to be in San Francisco very soon, and one of the rich breaks I have hoped for in this hurried trip to the West is to see you and my dear friend Sarah. If you would kindly address a line to me at [Mural?] Delivery San Francisco and let us know how we could reach your ranch and if we could return the same day, or is there would be any chance of seeing you in the city I hope Sarah has returned from [Seapparse?] and that I even have a chance to see her. I hope to hear the actual voice
San Francisco [Calif.]
1903 Jul 23
MSS 048 John Muir Papers
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