David Starr Jordan
LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR UNIVERSITYOFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTStanford University, Cal.,August 12, 1907Mr. John Muir,Martinez, Cal.Dear Mr. Muir:I find your kind letter on my return from my long and interesting trip. I saw nothing in the way of ferns and trees as charming as the Blacks Spur and I thought that you might be glad to hear from two of your widely separated friends who happened for the moment to be together. I feel vary guilty at having been neighbors so long: I have never set foot in your house and so far as I remember you have never bean to mine. When are you coming to Palo Alto? I am just now leaving for Boston, but will be book about the let of September, after which time I hope you sill visit us for a day or two at least. Meanwhile, the first time I think I can. I shall stop at Martinez.Vary truly yours,[illegible]03913
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