Joanna M[uir] Brown


[John Muir]


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[2]that you had given expression to your sincere sentiments, and as I would have done exactly the same under similar circumstances (considering dear Annie's expressed wishes) I have decided just to thank you and tell you that you have only come up to the high standard by which I have alway liked to measure you.By this I do not wish to judge the others of the family, as doubtless they have felt justified by their needs.[3]We are all so very glad to hear of Helens recovered health and her pleasure and success in keeping house, Her letter to Bernice is a great satisfaction to me for I had just been wondering how she was getting along without Wanda - I think you are having the pleasure in your daughters which I have in mine - they are my jewels.We will be watching for your new book which I trust will soon appear. Please let us know when it comes out. I suppose you are very busy with your manuscripts


Port Norfolk, Va.

Date Original

1907-03-08 00:00


Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 16, Image 0671

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Page 2


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