me warm pleasure whenever I look at them, and I am glad you put in the charming and quaint little pattern of the grasshopper's "walking tracks". It makes me smile every time I glance at it. Those people who walk through the world unaware of the small ways of nature - what joy and satisfaction they miss!I do not wonder your little nest in the 325 W. ADAMS STREETLOS ANGELESAug. 3.My dear Mr MuirI have just come home bringing Marian with me. It has been a hard and anxious time, but they tell me she is now in a way to be strong and well again. Of course she must be careful for some [illegible] to come, and she cannot go into college again03901
circa [1907 ?] Aug 3
Original letter dimensions: 18 x 23 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0859
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