My dear Mr MuirI must write you, that we have as much enjoyed the article on Yellowstone, in the April Atlantic - my dear friend, in this you have out done yourself.I got the magazine as soon as I was out, and read it aloud to my wife - we both want to thank you so much.We are "well up" in description of the Reservation, and so were better able to appreciate what you said - my wife is here, and says, "I concur."She says, ask Mr Muir when he can comedown and stay overnight - and bring Mrs. Muir or if she cannot come, one of the [girls?]YoursM.H. Myrick02427
circa [ca. 1898 May]
Original letter dimensions: 23 x 14 cm.
Reel 10, Image 0179
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