Kate Y. Noble


John Muir


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[3][letterhead]Ogden, Utah,..........................................190but his love and knowledge of nature would make him a most grateful co[illegible] for the experience, and his hands and feet are willing members.A surveying party in [mts?] or pleasure seekers Mr. Muir I am aware I have taken a liberty; but your books have taught me much and I feel you will listen and if you can put me in touch with some one I would appreciate and be most grateful.03360[4][letterhead]Ogden, Utah,...................................190Hoping I may hear from youI am most respectfully yoursKate Y. Nobleaddress OgdenUtahP.S. I would add the boy is experienced with [illegible]s and knows nothing of fishing; he is fifteen years and is equal to the most rugged climbing.03360


Ogden, Utah

Date Original

1904-05-28 00:00


Original letter dimensions: 24 x 15 cm.

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Reel 14, Image 0178

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