S. C. Hain


John Muir


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2of the perpendicular walls from four to eight hundred ft. One wall is 3/4 mile in length and in three terraces and is about 1500 ft. There are two water ways through this formation and boulders have fallen in each one for some distance forming caverns some of which are dark.Vancouver mentions this as the most remarkable mountain he ever saw in his works in Vol. 6. P 95 & 96.When you get ready to come let me know a few days ahead so I can arrange my work to accompany you.Come to Tres Pinos. and take San Benito stage for Cook. When here I will try and interest you.Yours trulyS. C. Hain.Cook. Cal.P.S. Please let me know about when you think you can come.03395


Cook, Calif.

Date Original

1904-06-29 00:00


Original letter dimensions: 25 x 20 cm.

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Reel 14, Image 0288

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