E. J. Murphy
(4-80-07-4 M. S 2352.) Form 3909 BSOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANYLAW DEPARTMENTWILLIAM F. HERRINCHIEF COUNSELPETER F. DUNNEGENERAL ATTORNEYSan Francisco, Aug. 28, 1907.Mr. John Muir,Martinez, Cal.Dear Sir:-Mr. Herrin would like very much to have yourself and Mr. Wm. Keith accompany him on Friday of this week, Aug. 30th, to Shasta Springs. By his instructions I wrote to Mr. Keith, extending this invitation, and requested him to convey same to you.I am today in receipt of letter from Mr. Keith, advising that he is ill, and suggesting that I write to you, also that if he has recovered, he will make the trip on Friday.Mr. Herrin’s car “Wildwood” will be attached to Train No.14 “Portland Express”. This train leaves Oakland Pier upon arrival of 3:40 P.M. boat from San Francisco. If convenient for you to make this trip, you can either join Mr. Herrin in his car at Oakland Pier before 3:58 P.M., at which time train leaves Pier, or at Port Costa at 5:07 P. M.Please advise me if you will make the trip and where you will join Mr. Herrin.Respectfully,[illegible]03922
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