B[enjamin] H. Ticknor


John Muir


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Letters must be addressed to the Firm to insure prompt attention. Orders for books should be addressed to Cambridge.Boston Office: 4 Park Street New Office: 85 Fifth Avenue. Chicago Office: 378-388 Wabash Avenue.HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN AND COMPANYCAMBRIDGE, MASS., May 4, 1906.Mr, John Muir,Adamana, Arizona. My dear Mr. Muir:-I must apologize for my tardy acknowledgment of your very courteous letter, but my plans were naturally rather upset by the destruction of San Francisco, and I was compelled to hurry home direct from Spokane.It is a source of much regret to me that I was not in a position to accept your kind invitation, as I do not know of anything which I should have enjoyed more than admiring the wonders of Adamana in your company. I hope another year, if I am fortunate enough to be in California, that I shall have the pleasure of seeing you. Perhaps, however, something may call you to this part of the country before that time.With kindest regards, I amVery sincerely yours, [illegible]03723


Cambridge, Mass.

Date Original

1906-05-04 00:00


Original letter dimensions: 18.5 x 20 cm.

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Reel 16, Image 0211

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