Home June 17, 1908.Darling Helen;I'm glad you are enjoying the jasmine. I don't know who sent the cherries but guess it was Tom, for he told me Monday he had sent you a box, I have not seen him lately to find out. The whole family seems to have gone off again.I think Stickeen will take all the month. though he goes on well now & I even enjoy rewriting the dear Muggins. Had a letter from David Douglas yesterday. He always sends kind inquiries & some regard for you. Prof Balfour wants more Arizona [pet?] wood. Those sent before are very interesting he says.Lovingly yourFather John Muir
1908 Jun 17
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Reel 17, Image 0687
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