W[illiam] F. Herrin
WILLIAM F. HERRINFLOOD BUILDINGSAN FRANCISCOOctober 17, 1907. John Muir, Esq.,Martinez, Cal. My dear Mr. Muir:--Mr. Keith has sent me your letter of Sept. 23d, in which you suggest a trip to Arizona, which will include the petrified forest and Taxadium Grove. I should be very much pleased to make this trip with you and Mr. Keith. My two daughters insist upon going, but I am not familiar enough with the sort of trip we will have to know whether they could very well join us. Please let me have particulars--that is, I would like to know what points on the railroad we must go to, and how far we will travel by other conveyance than railroad. I think I can manage to make this trip with you and Mr. Keith some time in November.With kindest regards, I amVery truly yours,Wm F Herrin03955
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