home life once more.It is a long time since I have received a letter from you. Could you not find time and inclination to answer this letter? I should be most happy to hear from you. We hear of you occasionally through Kate Grayden's letters, but not so fully as would be pleasant.Very sincerely your friend,Eliza S. Hendricks.I hope Mrs. Muir and your bright little girls are well. My mother, and other members of the family wish to be most cordially remembered to you. E. S. H.611 North Meridian St.Indianapolis February 11 '95Dear Mr. Muir:My second trip to the Sierra with you has been most pleasant. Any rambles in your company in 1895 have been a delightful reminiscence, and now the second trip, by means of your "Mountains of California" has been a great pleasure. I particularly enjoyed the chapters upon the haunts and habits of the water ouzel and "Wind Storms01944
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