[Theodore P. Lukens ?]
[T. P. Lukens]Sunday 14thMy Dear Mr MuirI am sure you how much I regret to know that Helen has had a set back. I had not know it before, and my wife and sister joins me in the hope that she may spedily recover.I beleive I know just the place for you to take her. My friend and one of your great admirers, Theodore S. Van Dyke has a Ranch home on the Mojava Desert at Dagget just East of Barsts, he has beautiful Alfalfa fields, lots of milk, eggs &c and I beleive would take you in in some way. Mr Van Dyke is an artist, and a writer, only this, he is a great hunter, and beleives in it, but he is not a pot hunter.04004
circa [ca. 1907]
Original letter dimensions: 25.5 x 20 cm.
Reel 16, Image 1329
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