Peter L. Trout
[26 Jan 1907](Copied from fragment marked Y-2)Mr. C. Hart Merriam,1919 Sixteenth Street, Washington, D.C.Thank you for kind letter. Should that New York cold get warm just get on a fast train and come straight to our house for the balance of the winter and a cure is sure.The palaeontological job I imposed on you is, I fear, giving you lots of bother in the midst of your huge winter pile of work. I have only"Studies in Fossil Botany" Scott"Fossil Plants" Seward, vol. 1"Fossil Botany" Solms-Laubach and on the way from Europe I haveSchimper, Paleontologie vegetaleBrongnlart's Histoire des vegetaux: fossiles.[JOHN MUIR] 03824
circa [ca.1907 Jan 26]
Original letter dimensions: 23 x 21 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0593
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