F. M. Fultz
City Schools, Burlington, Juwa.OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT.Burlington, Ia. Dec. 18, 1907Mr. John Muir,Martinez, Cal.Dear Mr. Muir:I am sending you, by this mail a photograph of yourself. You will perhaps remember that it was taken on the trail leading up to Vernal Falls. I thank you very much for having allowed me to take your picture, especially where the surroundings were so appropriate. If you should desire other copies of the picture, I shall be very glad to furnish them to you, asking only your continued friendship in return.I wish to express the pleasure I enjoyed from the conversation with you and the profit reaped from the companionship during the two weeks you were on the outing.Sincerely yours,[illegible]03994
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