W[illia]m E. Ritter
Berkeley, Cal.2434 Durant Ave.Oct. 12, 1899.My dear Mr. Muir -Your invitation to me to visit you on Saturday of this week tests my power to resist temptation almost to the last notch. But I shall come off victor - for it is impossible to come off anything else. However I have no hope for "victory on to victory" if like temptations assail me in the future. Too much grind now but try me again some time!Our totem02633
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