and I lost a mighty good friend, and know it!But I am remaining here, & someday when you come East I want you very much to come to see my "[illegible]". It is the little organization of young men I talked to you about. Here is their "p[illegible]." They have your books - and "Stickeen" has[in margin: [Harriman?]][letterhead]Nov. 17/09Dear Mr. Muir:-I've been wondering about you lately, and have hoped that you are still well, and climbing mountains: but that you have not laid aside that autobiography".Mr. Heaniman's death brought you to my mind. He went very quickly and easily at last.04636
1909 Nov 17
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