Enos A. Mills
TRAILS FOR NATURE LOVERSAND MOUNTAIN CLIMBERSENOS A. MILLSLONG’S PEAK INNESTES PARK, COLO., JULY 30 1907.Mr. John Muir,Martinez, Cal.My dear Mr: Muir:-I hope this will find you well, and I trust enjoying life. More than two years have elapsed since I have had a letter from you, and in these two years I have been busy and have made about five hundred addresses concerning trees and forestry. I visited about twenty-seven states in he Union last year, and this year I am planning to travel and talk for nine months, and in the course of these arrangements I hope to get to California. If I do, may I call on you? I hope to see California the last few days of October of this year.With kindest wishes,Sincerely,[illegible]03898
Estes Park, Colo.
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