June 15th 5Dear Muir: I am very glad indeed that you find Palm Springs so pleasant--- I felt pretty sure you would. I am mighty glad also, that Helen already begins to feel better. Pat her on the back for me and tell her to keep up her lick. I am just, on my way to the mountains for a few days and shall have to leave this to be signed and forwarded to you. On my return, however, I will forward to you some geographical suggestions and some letters to some of the people who infest that part of the geography. I am pretty tired,myself, and want to get up the canon. Sharlot Hall is here now, probably to stay. I just had a letter from Col. Sellers who seems to be a little better, but far from robust
circa 5 Jun 15
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