[Annie K.] Bidwell
Helen has got through the winter very well, much to my relief & I hope she will soon be as sound & strong as ever. Come & visit us at any time Our home is within a few miles of your way to San Francisco.When I was last at Ken I failed to see Sir Joseph but had a pleasant call at his daughters home. She told me her father was at a sanitarium but hoped to be back home & at work in a few weeks. Your news of him is the latest. How precious the glowing warmth & beauty of these old memories never to fade. Faithfully your friendJohn Muir
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