book I should certainly go the first of October. As it is we must remain here until the books are out, trusting to get a change later. We have hoped for word from Wanda telling us when she is to make her promised visit. We often speak of the delightful time we had with you, and Miss Knapp fairly beams whenever she refers to it. I enclose two or three photographs for Mrs. Muir, and will send her some more later.With kindest regards to you and yours from all three of us,Sincerely your friendCharles KeelerRidge Road and Highland Place.Berkeley, Cal. September 26 '99My dear Mr. Muir: - You have been so very kind to us I hardly know how to write to you. We were glad to see you "Shasta" and intend to read it very soon and return to you. Louise will enjoy it particularly after her recent visit there.About the acre of land, we are somewhat puzzled. We want to accept your kind offer. It would be a great delight to have a little cabin02628
Ridge Road & Holland Place, Berkeley, Calif.
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