Dickey to Marian, yes, he is now Marian's champions (so he says) By my claiming the "ma-[illegible]ship" of Mr. Keith I lost all claim in that direction.I do wish I could have been with Helen and Marian when they went to see you in Martinez but I must stay home and work. I know I enjoyMy dear Mr. Muir:-It is not lack of appreciation that has kept me from answering your beautiful long letter.I have been over the map many times and I see us in my mind's eye trailing up those wonderful mountains and through the canons. [diacritic]03801
circa [ca. 1906]
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 26.5 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0511
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