Katharine [Merrill] Graydon
Oct 17, 18942530 College Ave.Berkeley.My dear Mr. Muir.Thank you many, many times for coming on Saturday evening. I am gratified for the pleasure you gave to me and my friends. They have experienced themselves as having heard a talk never to be forgotten. What a way you have of delighting people!I have regretted that some friends were unable to hear you as Profs Clapp, Bradley, Gayley, Le Conte, and Prof. Anderson from Palo Alto in whose family typhoid fever has had sway for six weeks. He wants01856
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