of the railway at once which runs through your place & wondered if it was disturbed. All our people have sent money & clothing through the different channels & those of us who have been in San Francisco feel [illegible]bly sympathetic. Please give our kindest regards to the daughter we know & hoping that all is well with you I am Yours very sincerelyEmily Bell1428 Spruce StPhil'- 5 May 1906[in margin: 389] May 5, 1906My dear Mr. Muir:-We have read with anxious interest the terrible accounts of the San Francisco earthquake & we hope that no harm was done to your belongings. Some Phil'- friends who have been spending the winter at Santa Barbara have sent me some post cards of the ruined buildings & [we?] [illegible] with the San Francisco03724
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