W[illa]m Ham Hall
PHONE: MARKET 8041WM. HAM. HALLM. AM. SOC. C. E.GRANT BUILDINGSAN FRANCISCO, CAL.February 5th, 1908-John Muir, Esq.-Martinez, Cal.-Dear Sir:-Referring to our correspondence of several months ago, I suggest that you and I have a talk on the subject thereof. As a talk, to say the least, I think it would be of mutual interest... There are some things in my office which I would show you and which I could not very well carry to Martinez, else I would go to call on you there. You are, no doubt, here in San Francisco occasionally, and I would call on you here if I knew in advance where and when to find you.Would be pleased, to have you lunch with me. This office is a very convenient place to come to from the ferry landing, if you prefer to come direct.Hoping to see you soon and to hear in advance of your coming, I am-Yours respectfully:- [illegible] Hall.04054
1908 Feb 5
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