Katharine [Merrill] Graydon
Berkely. I want to hear of your visit East & North, and may not now send my sympathy for the loss which is never a light one! It must be a matter of great gratitude that you were led to that bedside as you were. Surely the divine hand was in that you gave the judge's friends much pleasure, as you must know.I beg of you now to add much to mine by coming Sat: eve; surely it will not be a hard thing to do.Love to all.Your friend[in margin: Katharine Graydon Sept. 10th.]2580 College Ave.Berkeley, Cal.Dear Mr. MuirI see in today's paper that you are returned from your northern trip and I am glad of it for I want something of you.Will you not come down to some company of [University?] people I give on Saturday evening next (12th) to meet Mrs. Fowler? This lady of N.Y. City has02150
circa  Sep 18
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