The Outlook287 Fourth AvenueNew YorkOffice ofTheodore RooseveltMarch 18th 1909.Dear Mr Muir:Your letter touched and pleased me very much. How I wish I could be with you and John Burroughs now - and how I wish both of you could be with me in Africa.Ever your faithful friend,[illegible]Mr John Muir,Martinez, Cal.04462
1909 Mar 18
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 17 cm.
Reel 18, Image 0324
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