E[dward] H[enry] Harriman
have been dealing, has held me down so I did not feel in the spirit of dealing with [your?] kindly & high minded expressions as I would like - the inspiration was'nt in me.Your letter is among my records & much appreciated & I'll tell you more when we meetYours SincerelyE H HarrimanJohn MuirMartinez CalJuly 31[st?] 1908ArdenOrange Co. N.Y.Dear Mr MuirWe are all, except Cornelia (Mrs [G?]erry) starting tomorrow for Oregon Camp & hope to arrive at San Franco in about a week - Will we not see you somewhere? The little ones as you knew them are now big ones & perhaps would interest you - If you do not make a visit at the Camp we will be much disappointed Please do Mrs. H says. I have intended [meeting?] you many times since receiving your letter last winter but the cold everyday facts with which I04253
Arden, N. Y.
1908 Jul 31
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 23 cm.
Reel 17, Image 0795
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