Charles [A.] Keeler
Ridge Road and Highland PlaceBerkeley, Cal. July 6th 1906My dear Mr. Muir:-The day after you left us Louise became very ill - the strain under which she has been laboring so long having resulted in a collapse. It will probably mean several months of complete rest before she is herself again, but we hope she will get up stronger and better than ever. I have now taken her to the country where she can be away from the children and have a complete change.03748
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