Aurelia S. Henry


John Muir


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places, an unfailing love of beauty wherever it be found — in short, she has all sorts of excellent qualities as you'll find when you learn to know her.With pleasant memories of our afternoon on the porch of the Maryland hotel at Pasadena some two short months ago, I amyours Cordially,Aurelia Henry.[letterhead]Colfax,California.My dear Mr. Muir,Not because I think you remember me, but because I know so well your kindness to all nature-lovers, especially mountain climbers, I co[illegible] to you my cousin, Miss Aurelia Harwood, who is making her [illegible]tial trip with the Sierra Club.She knows more than she will confess about birds and flowers, has [illegible] [gable?] energy in climbing steep09913


Colfax, Calif.

Date Original

circa [ca. 1907 Jun]


Original letter dimensions: 15 x 21 cm.

Resource Identifier


File Identifier

Reel 16, Image 0807

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