Alex G. Eells
by them in inviting any friends whom they would like to have present, and also, of course is glad to pay all expenses, such as railroad fares, hotel bills, etc.If there is anything you can suggest to aid me in bringing Mr Keith around to a realizing sense of his opportunity in this matter I shall be most thankful to you for it; and as I said I rely on you to use your powers of persuasion on him personally besides. He certainly could not possibly find an occasion where every surrounding and circumstance would tend to make him fell more perfectly "at home".Very faithfullyAlex. G. Eells[letterhead]San Francisco, Sept 29 1904My dear Mr Muir:Concerning the next meeting of the Unitarian Club, about which I spoke to you several weeks ago, I am very happy to say that Mr Leavitt went to Santa Rosa on Tuesday, at my request, and saw Mr Luther Burbank with the result that, as he has just telephoned me, Mr Burbank, has accepted our invitation. I have also an acceptance from Mr Charles Keeler. Now, if I can get Mr Keith, my program will be as follow:-Nature in CaliforniaAs Moulded by Creative Intelligence-Mr MuirAs Modified by Human Intelligence-Mr BurbankAs the Artist Sees It Mr KeithAs it Appeals to the Poet. Mr Keeler.03449
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