C. D. Dunann
C.D.DUNANN.GENERAL PASSENGER AGENTPACIFIC COAST RAILWAYCOLUMBIA AND PUGET SOUND RAILROADCDD-W-907. SAN FRANCISCO. Feb.5,1907Alaska Excursion:Dr. John Muir,Martinez, Calif.My dear Sir:-Referring to our communication to you under date of October 31, 1906, and your favored reply dated November7th, relative to joining Professor Davidson on a trip from Seattle to Southeastern Alaska and return sailing from Seattle June 14th: We sincerely hope that your daughter's health is entirely amended and that her condition does not at this time stand as a hindrance toward asserting your intention of making the trip. We are anxious to know definitely in the matter so that we may inform Professor Davidson.,A line from you at your convenience will he appreciated byYours very truly,C. D. DunannG.P.A.03832
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