John Howitt


John Muir


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4to one I wrote to you to Portage inviting you to visit us here. You stated that my letter was forwarded to Portage thence to New York thence to Martinez. How I have regretted I did not see you at that time, you will recollect I called on you when I was in California at Prof Sweat's home in San Francisco some where about 1888. I was Co Supt of Schools for eleven years here and at that time I recommended the teachers to read Prof. Sweats work on Theory and Practice. At that time I never thought I would have the pleasure of meeting you at the Profr's home.[1]219 Grand Ave.Waukesha, Wis.,Feb. 2, 1904.My dear Mr. Muir.I would like to see you very much once more. I came across your letters written 1896 among my papers today and I determined to write to you without delay. In one you said "we would talk over our early school days & the03338


Waukesha, Wisc.

Date Original

1904-02-02 00:00


Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.

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Reel 14, Image 0051

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