Marcius C. Smith
Edinburgh, July 16th 1908.My dear [illegible] Muir;[Mrs.?] S & I are m[illegible]ing through Great Britain. "Scotch mist" (good hard rain) is now falling, but we are in hopes of [good?] sunshine & [warmer?] weather later. We expect to motor as far north as [illegible] Mrs. S & I want to thank you [&?] your daughter for this kindness extended to us when we nade a hurried visit to Martinez [last?] [year?]. I hope you & your family are all well.SincerelyMarcius C. Smith ([illegible])Mr. John MuirMartinezCaliforniaU.S.A.06819
1908 Jul 16
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