[Page 1]  Mr. John Muir Kind Friend Please excuse me in addressing you as such, but I feel so very well-acquainted with you hearing my dear friend Wanda speak so often of you. Wanda and I were dear friends at Miss Heads School. After my leaving school I organized a Club among the young people on this Island. We have only ten members, still our motto is Progress. At every meeting I generally read some good book and I always tell them [Page 2] some anecdote. The last one was one which Wanda related to me of Mr. James Russell Lowells visit to you in the Northern Region and how you prevented the talkative woman bothering you. We are now taking a collection of letters from Californias most beloved men. Your letter will be the very first and I hope I will not be troubling you to much. I being President of the Progressive Bouldin Club have taken this liberty begging to receive a few lines from you. After hearing from you
Bouldin Island, Calif.
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MSS 048 John Muir Papers
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