a few good stirring sentences for our forest king "the noblest of a noble race" and greatly oblige all the tree lovers of the world. The memories of our camp among the firs and pines and spruce of Shasta will always be bright and joyful. How glad I should be, and many a Californian friend besides, if you and Gray would pair again and come once more to the woods and plains of the Pacific. Ever cordially yours, John Muir
1882 Feb 20
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Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Directors' Correspondence 199/318
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