very ill. He was such a dear boy it seemed too sad. I will be the month of August in San Francisco and if you are within a hundred miles I will see you.Please remember me to your two daughters and believe me, Sincerely yoursEllie Mosgrove.[letterhead]Dear Mr. Muir:Welcome Home! What a glorious trip you must have had but I am glad, too, you are back and so anxious to see you and hear a great deal about it.03363
circa [ca. 1904 Jun]
Original letter dimensions: 14 x 23.5 cm.
Reel 14, Image 0306
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