So if route advised by you shunts New York I shall not grieve.Again wishing you a very happy and prosperous new year I am,Dear Mr. Muir,Yours very trulyGeo. Nicholson[letterhead]Jan. 2nd 1905Dear Mr. Muir,Altho' a trifle late to wish you a happy new year I do so now none the less heartily. I picked up a book (Morocco and the Greater Atlas by J. D. Hooker and John Ball) which I intended mailing to you for Xmas but was prevented from so doing at the time. If you have not got this03498
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