Helen & Wanda [Muir]
03351you always came to mind also when I saw snowy mountains & floods of crystal water. My - how glad I'll be to get home & find you all well & happy I hope little Dorothy is strong & blooming now as well as Mirriam.Keenie I hope will know me & give me a hearty greeting But poor Tom will not be there to meet me I am quite well & weigh 148 pounds!!Don't tell the Coleman wives & mothers that I mentioned cat & dog on the same page with their babies.Good bye dears for a month or two. The Siberia which leaves Hong Kong April 30th is due in San Francisco about the 28th of May On this ship the Empire I go no farther than Hong Kong. The rest of the way by the Siberia,Ever your affectionate father John MuirDarlings God bless you
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 23 cm.
Reel 14, Image 0126
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