Harry Fielding Reid
GEOLOGICAL LABORATORY,JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY,BALTIMORE,MD.December 22, 1905.Mr, John Muir,Martinez, Cal.My dear Mr. Muir:-Did you get to the glaciers last summer and have you any informations for my annual report on the variations?I spent the summer in the [illegible] with my family and did more climbing that glacial study. We were in the Dolomites which have some wonderful and beautiful forms ant which carry very, little [illegible]1 was also in the Engadine and there had a meeting of & number of Eropean glacialists , who acoompanied me to the Forno glacier and were convinced of my views regarding the relation of stratification and blue-bands.All of my family is comparitively wills and the children art growing to be pretty big; my oldest boy la nearly fourteen. With kind regards and beet wishes for a happy Christmas, I am,Yours very truly.[illegible]03664
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