of your daughter, and that if and when you can come, we may see you again in Brookline.Very affectly yours, Mary SargentAugust 16thSeafieldWood's HoleMy dear Mr. Muir - News reached me last night from my father of your great and irreparable loss. I know that this is no time to intrude, and yet I cannot forbear sending you a word of love and sympathy.03613
Seafield, Wood's Hold
circa  Aug 16
Original letter dimensions: 16 x 24.5 cm.
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