Geo[rge] Nicholson


John Muir


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[4]How I should have liked to see Egypt and India in your company! The immemorial East has always been a dream of mine but I fear it will remain a shadow for me. Also California - another dream. I have not the courage now to undertake a long journey nor indeed the means necessary. So I diligently peruse travels in various lands of which I possess quite an interesting series in my library.Yours very sincerelyGeo. Nicholson.[1]37, LARKFIELD, RICHMOND.3. 2. 04Dear Mr MuirI have tried hard to procure Hooker's Journal in the Himalayas but so far have failed. The first edition is out of print (2 vols) but a cheaper one I felt sure could be had. The other day however my order of a copy came back endorsed out of print. I am sorry but I shall03345



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1904-03-02 00:00


Original letter dimensions: 18 x 22.5 cm.

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