my bedside before I was up, for I hadnt expected them till Monday or Tuesday.I am feeling fine. This is a beautiful day and the air is grand. The larks and the blackbirds are singing. The young trees, and the plants Wanda sent seem fresh and in good condition, so I think they will grow.I am sending a clipping that Mr Lukens sent to you a few days ago, about the redwoods on Tamalpais. Another honor for you.No 3 is late today so I couldnt mail this at noon, but I hope you will get it before you start back so you will know all is well with us, and that we are careful about everything.Your loving daughterHelen Muir
1908 Jan 17
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27.5 cm.
Reel 17, Image 0103
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