Juliette A. Owen
[in margin: Juliette Owen, St. Joseph Mo.]also of Scotch descent and the Juniper was the emblem of some branch of her ancestry, so now that the storm is over she is up on her elbow again. We have only been able to read a few chapters of the new book, of whose flyleaf we are both so proud, but we are having the same delight in it that we do in everything else of yours, and feel refreshed with each chapter as if we had enjoyed a real outing with you. We hope that in time we too will even come to know the botanical names of the bears. We agree[in margin: 80.]306 N. 9th. St.St. Joseph, Mo.Monday,March 6th, 1905Mr. John Muir:Martinez, California:My dear Mr. Muir:I have no words to tell you how pleased Mother and I were with your beautiful letter and book, and have very, very much I thank you for both. The reason that I did not write at once is that Mother has been having one of her bad spells. She is prostrate with spinal trouble, but she is03544
St. Joseph, Mo.
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