J. R. Anderson
THE GOVERNMENT OFTHE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIADEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,VICTORIA.18th 1904Dear Mr. Muir:-Many thanks for your kind letter of the 19th June containing the flattering remarks regarding my report.What a fine trip you must have had abroad, I wish I had known you were going to New Zealand, I would like you to have called on my sister if you happened to be in the vicinity of Wellington. Did you make any more glaciers during your absence? Let me express the hope that11 may see you this way again very soon. With kindest regards in which Mrs. Anderson joins.[Illegible]03426
Victoria [B. C. Canada]
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