[letterhead]Sydney March 28 1904Dear Willie[Many?] a weary [far?] Ive trod [since?] the days of last year's lang syne. But I'm coming home. The day after tomorrow I sail for Hong-Kong & thence on the 30th of April for San Francisco on the Siberia one of Harrimans Pacific mail ships due in San Francisco aboutthe 28th or 30th of May. Where I hope to find you well & happy.Have been travelling hard & working hard & enjoying hard in Russia Siberia Manchuria India Egypt New Zealand & this wonderful antipodal Mursupial Eucalyptus country & how many of God's glorious wildernesses I have seen!!Remember me to Mr Wooster & Charlie Keeler Ever Yours J.M. John Muir for the AlbumMiss Brackenbury's1904Mr William Keith(Artist)[Pine?] St near KearneySan Francisco.CaliforniaU.S.A.
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