Annie Muir Webster
[in margin: 924]"The Maples"Philadelphia Nov-29-1906Mr John Muir-My dear Sir-In writing to John Muir I almost feel that I am writing ton one of my own kin - My maternal grandmother was a Muir - Elizabeth Muir - The very striking resemblance of your pictures I have in "The Outlook" of June 6th 1903 and June 3rd 1905 to my mothers brother emboldened me to write - His name was Daniel Muir Chisholm, born in Invernessshire, Scotland- My middle name is Muir My love for the quiet of the country which is and has been so keen and03776
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