Anne H. Colver [Mrs. Henry Clay Colver]
I must express my gratitude to you for giving me the joy of meeting him, whom I had long loved, but never hoped to meet.I want to say one work to you about your story of you and the dog Stickeen on a glacier. I have known people who wanted that in some form by itself. Don't you think it would find a sine sale as one of the 1303-16th Ave. SeattleAugust 25th-'99Dear Mr Muir: - When I heard the Harriman Expedition was really coming back this way, but not, the steamship company assured me, until the first of Aug., I planned to ha[illegible]t the water front and have a glimpse of you fresh02610
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