Wanda and Helen [Muir]
spend a day at New Orleans with a botanist to see some of the great trees there. Anyhow I feel that I am fairly on the way home & am glad. I expect Dr Mohr every minute for another ride into the woods so this letter must be a short one & probably the last Ill write I hope to hear from you today by letters forwarded from Jacksonville.Goodbye darlings Ill soon be home the frost has killed all the fever & there will be no quarantine trouble at New Orleans Love to Mamma & MaggieEver your affectionate fatherJohn Muir
Original letter dimensions: 24 x 15.5 cm.
Reel 10, Image 0523
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