E[mily] O. Wilson
Aug. 19th 1904Mr John Muir- Martinez.Dear old friend - This afternoon your box of delicious fruit arrived, and we send many thanks for it. What delicious peaches "The Muirs [are?]I showed the golden fruit to Dr Wilson and he ate part of one - the first he would eat of anything since his morning meal. He is very feeble, and has a poor appetite of late, but it is wonderful how his strength holds out - in spite of all-03427
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