she came back.Lots of snow I suppose. When I think of those beautiful flowery meadows fringed with trees I can hardly stand this dry place. We should not complain, at 1908325 W. ADAMS STREETLOS ANGELESDear Mr. MuirWhy couldn't we have seen in Yosemite his year or you in it last but luck plays us mean tricks, In spite of it, I am so glad03899
circa [ca. 1907 Aug]
Original letter dimensions: 18 x 22.5 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0945
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