I have read in the Examiner much about you with entrest and pleasure, and am over joyed to renew old aquantance altough it is by corspondence, I am glad you have arived safley Home after your long, and I hope enjoible journey much wiser and better enformed of the Love of creation and pleas accept a thousand thanks for your nice book, hoping this is not the last corespondence we will have and if ever you or any of the Muir Family come to Sonora or near by try and come to see me I take the H Courer which keeps me posted about Dunbar and the auld village of Belhaven Hoping to Here from you some other timeI remain your TrulyHelen WainwrightAdressMrs John WainwrightBrowns FlatSonoraTuolumne CountyCalif
Browns Flat, Sonora, [Calif.]
Original letter dimensions: 16 x 26 cm.
Reel 14, Image 0348
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