[Harry F.] Reid
(Original in possession of Prof. Harry F. Reid)The Arlington, Washington,Nov. 11, 1898.My dear Mr. Reid:I am very sorry that I missed seeing you yesterday. I received your card just as I was leaving the hotel for the train and as I can never find my way alone in these street canyons I could not leave the party. But I hope to see you next year. Give my Kindest regards to Mrs. Reid, and believe me,Ever most cordially yours,(Signed) JOHN MUIREnvelope addressed to Prof. Harry F. Reid, 608 Cathedral St., Baltimore, Maryland.02499
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