[Alfred] Bradley [Brown]
[Original in possession of Mr. A. B. Brown, Alexandria, S. Dak.]Martinez, June 22, 1908.Dear Bradley:I'm glad to hear of your safe arrival home. You must come again and stay longer. Old friends on the three-score-and-ten boundary should make the most of each other before dark. I'm just finishing a little book that will probably be out next winter.Good luck to you, and believe me, everFaithfully yours,John Muir.04229[Original in possession of Mr. A. B. Brown. Alexandria, S. Dale.]
1908 Jun 22
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