Oct 10, 1908Darling Helen,I sent by express today a crate of muscats, not very good, gleaned from the young vines on the Rodgers place Next time I'll get them from Reid.With yours I sent a crate of Cornichon, Black Ferrara, Emperor; & Tokay to the Judge The two crates are in one package I paid a dollar Express, but Mr. Shaw didn't feel sure that this was the right charge. If your agent demands more let me know.Ever the sameJohn Muir
1908 Oct 10
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