Henry F. Osborn
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY,77TH STREET AND CENTRAL PARK WEST,NEW YORK5 April, 1907.My dear Professor Muir: I received your letter of December 29th just before departing for the Fayûm desert of Egypt. It was great to hear from you and I wish we could see you and tell you of our wonderfully interesting journey into the desert where we got the ancestors of the elephant.Yours faithfully,[illegible]Professor John Muir.
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