[Robert Underwood] Johnson
Martinez, May 25, 1899My dear Johnson--Thanks for your good wishes. How grand it would be were you going too. You need a long cool trip as much as I do & I'm just dying for wildnessThe last winter has been hard & barren--forest fighting & sickness in the family benumbed & Interrupted everything-I got off one article on the Yosemite Park--Your Park--today & have 4 more half done to be finished in the fall.We must make a glacial trip togetherEver YoursJohn Muir10024
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