Stanford University, Calif. Aug 23, 1904.Prof. John Muir,Martinez, Calif.Dear Mr. Muir:I have just received your book, "The Mountains of California", which came as a most happy surprise to me. It was sent to my address at the Bishop Museum in Honolulu but as I had returned to California the book was forwarded to me at Stanford University.From the delightful way in which you remembered me I suspect you were pleased with the small panel of Koa wood I left in the steamer cabin for you! few things could have pleased me more than the beautiful inscribed copy of your splendid book.Before leaving Honolulu I promised myself the treat of a talk with you. Will it be convenient for you if I should call for a few hours some day within a week or two? I want to talk to you about forestry.Very truly.Alvin Seale.P.O. Box 149.Stanford University, Cal.03430
Stanford Univ., Calif.
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