Mary E. Newton
820 Worthington Place Omaha My dear Mr. Muir: We have just reached home, and I hasten to acknowledge my indebtedness to you for your letters of introduction, which were exceedingly helpful to me. Mr. Sell and his son we found charming gentlemen. Mrs. Braut to whom I delivered your message about the French bread, said she thought you might go again soon to the canyon; while Mr. Stevenson thought you might be out to the Petrified
1909 Sep 24
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 16 cm.
MSS 048 John Muir Papers
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1909 September 24 Mary E. Newton to jm p 1
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