James Murdock


[John Muir]


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[1]St. KildaYork RoadEdinburgh1st June 1904Dear SirI wonder if you are home yet. The last I heard of you was nearly a year ago when I run across from [illegible]llane to Dunbar on my Bicycle to see Mrs. Sunam. You were then in London on the eve of starting for Siberia or some other outlandish country in a trip round the world. I hope you had a good time of it and are now safe home again.I have half a mind to go across that great [pond?] which separates this little country from yours to revisit some of the places I saw in 1901 and see some others. This depends however on whether I can get a friend to accompany me. One with whom I was talking recently thinks he might go if I took a different route from what I did in 1901. He favours03369



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1904-06-01 00:00


Original letter dimensions: 21 x 27 cm.

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