Home June 13, 1908.Darling Helen.I sent you today by Express the jasmine you wanted. I forgot this was saturday & that you might not get it out of the Office until Monday. But being packed in tin I think they will be fresh if not I'll send more though the flowers are past prime & falling fast. making a sort of snowbank along the walk. By the way the correct spelling of the name is as above, not "jas/si/mine" - leave two of the letters out as indicated. It belongs to the same natural order as the OliveAm so glad all pain's gone We'll be happy yetEver thineJohn Muir
1908 Jun 13
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