Dorothy Barry


John Muir


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[4]somewhere else, soon there will be no where left for you to go, you will have been everywhere. Will you ever bring out a book on your last travels thro New Zealand & Australia, if so will you let me have the name of it I should like to get a copy. We often think of our delightful time in New Zealand & the pleasure that was[1] [1904][letterhead]December 6thMy dear Mr. Muir,It was such a pleasure to me to receive your delightful long letter full of the descriptions of your time in Queensland, it must indeed have been delightful, somehow I think you enjoyed the Ka[illegible]ri Woods of New Zealand the most, it must have been beautiful to have03475


Norwich [England]

Date Original

1904-12-06 00:00


Original letter dimensions: 18 x 22.5 cm.

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Reel 14, Image 0678

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