C. Hart Merriam
WashingtonJune 9, 1904.Dear Mr Muir:Welcome home! How sweet and glad it must seem.But like a rock rolling down hill, you have got so used to [illegible] that you can't stop and I wouldn't be surprised if you turned up here. Wouldn't it be great to bring the girls and give us a surprise. Then we would all go back to California together!We are all delighted to know that you are safely back - and no doubt in splendid general condition in spite of the fact that you celebrated a little too03378
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