Dorothy Barry


John Muir


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[4]New Zealand, you would be happy among your big trees again. I shall always look back on the days we spent with you in New Zealand as some of the most pleasant & delightful, & keep the book as a souvenior of one of our charming fellow-travellers whom we hope to meet again With kindest remembrances from my brother & fatherBelieve me,yrs sincerelyDorothy Barry-[in margin 400][1] [1904]Blisworth R.S.ONorthamptonshireJuly 27thMy dear Mr. Muir,I do not know how to thank you for sending me your beautiful book, it is so good of you to have thought of me, & I shall always value it. We were so sorry not to meet you again, we thought perhaps you would cross ice03415


Northamptonshire [Eng.]

Date Original

1904-07-27 00:00


Original letter dimensions: 15 x 19.5 cm.

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Reel 14, Image 0434

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