Helen Greame Sperry


John Muir


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[2]We shall always remember it, and whenever I see a mountain hemlock and a parnassia garden I shall think of our walk from Porcupine to Lake Tenaya. And our glorious walk from the beautiful meadows across Cathedral Pass, those magnificent views that [burst?] on to us - O I shall never forget it,! and Mr. Sperry and I will thank you all our lives for taking us on that trip.We want to go next year[3]later in the season and of course Marian and Ellie will go too.You will be surprised to hear that we are going to Glen Alpine the end of this week. Marian's Dr wants her to go to the mountains and we are all going there - though I shall only stay two weeks.I hope you found Helen well on your return, & that Wanda and her boy are both well.My two babes are


Berkeley [Calif.]

Date Original

circa [1907 ?] Aug 5


Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 25.5 cm.

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Reel 16, Image 0883

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