Dorothy Barry


John Muir


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[8]much work awaiting your arrival home, in fact I daresay you have not got thru it all yet.With kindest rembrancesBelieve meYrs sincerely Barry401[5][letterhead]added by meeting you, & I often think of all that you told me. The Rata will be out now won't it? how beautiful the Otira Gorge must look now, I was so sorry it was nearly over when we were there, it must be lovely. How is your daughter, who was studying at


Norwich [England]

Date Original

1904-12-06 00:00


Original letter dimensions: 18 x 22.5 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 14, Image 0684

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Page 4


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