Grace D. Skeek
guides for the summer holiday season.That you remembered me, our conversation, and sent me this sweet pathetic story of which you are fond is a kindness I appreciate. With "Rab" I shall always associate the little shepherd dog in the pack who had lost his master and to whom you spoke kindly words of encouragement that he really seemed to understand.The Yosemite bill passed and I doubt if it would had[letterhead]My dear Mr MuirFor several weeks I was out of town. My home coming was especially delightful. On the library table I found a beautiful azalea each of its myraid warmly colored blossoms speaking a word of welcome. Beside it was the bark you sent which Mr [illegible]uk had kept03706
circa [1906 ?] Mar 30
Original letter dimensions: 14.5 x 27.5 cm.
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