to Mono lake, and I gave her the book which she would so much enjoy. She is a vigorous splendid woman whom you would have pleasure in meeting. She now lives on this side of the continent.Please give my respects to the members of your family whom I will try to meet again when I visit California[in margin: 93]Most truly yoursJohn ConnessMattapan. MassAug 8th 1895My Dear Mr MuirIt was due to myself and to you that I should before this date thank you and the members of your family for one of the most pleasant days of my life, spent in the Alhambra Valley.I should have also kept my promise for a promise should be a bond, to send02012
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