Annie Muir Webster
[in margin: 925]Philadelphia Dec-22-1906John Muir-My dear John Muir-I am so happy to have a letter from you, that I want to thank you at once - you will surely come to my house if you come last, and I will be so glad to visit you in your home should I have the good fortune to go to the far west. It was raining this morning when the postman delivered the letters, and i had been watching the rain pour down the trunk of a beautiful maple tree, just at my window, and with the wrinkled bark, looked as though it were trying to resist the wet: I am sending you a Kodak picture of myself and little grandchild, standing in the drive way. I planted all the vines03791
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27.5 cm.
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