Helen and Wanda [Muir]
glad to see me. I brought Prof Brewer with me & am writing while he is talking. But now we must get back to the ship.Goodbye darlingsJohn MuirVictoria June 1, 1899My dear Helen & WandaI hope you are so busy & happy[in margin: 728]you dont miss me too much. Be kind to Tom & [Stickine?]. We are now fairly off. The weather is foggy & rainy & we cant see much landscape but we can smell much brimrose & honeysuckle, I am writing this in Prof Andersons office in the Government Building. Anderson was02589
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.
Reel 10, Image 0827
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