Charles A. Keeler
Ridge Road and Highland PlaceBerkeley, Cal.November 8th 1899.My dear Mr. Muir:I fear you will think I am very thoughtless and ungrateful to have delayed so long in replying to your letter, which was so hearty and hospitable that it did me much good. Every day since I have had you on my mind and have wanted to reply, but each day's work has been so pressing that letter writing has seems quite impossible. I have been seeing my two books through the press simultaneously, and straining02638
Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 27.5 cm.
Reel 10, Image 1067
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