David [Gilrye Muir]
Martinez, Feb. 18, 1908.Dear brother Dave.I suppose you have heard from Brad Brown I gave him your address a week or two ago, when he was at Riverside. He hopes to visit you & talk over very old times.Here is a letter just received from another old friend. You had better write to him. The Mohave desert seems to agree with Helen, She is much better & may be quite well in a year or two if careful & fortunate. Everybody here are pretty well but me. I'm about dead with care & Grippe.You must have enjoyed some good wave plashing this stormy winter along your grim roaring coastEver faithfully you brother JM04069
1908 Feb 18
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 17, Image 0205
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