Charlotte Kellogg


[John Muir]


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[4]on the desert, and is Mr. Funk at work there? And please send me here address, I should like to send her some little doily or something for her house.Does Miss Lunam still live — the cousin at Dunbar?The dear Stickeen story with the inscription I prize more than I can tell you. It came early my first Christmas greeting . Many, many thanks, my dear friend - And again warmest greeting to you[1] Carmel-by-the-sea22 December 1909.Merry Christmas! We are both sending you greeting and wishing very much we might see you this holiday season.We planned to surprise you in the Alhambra valley some Sunday last semester, but with all the getting settled and stupid conventions about making us properly welcomed, we had to give up the little excursions we should have taken had we followed our own pleasure.04656


Carmel [Calif.]

Date Original

1909 Dec 22


Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 24.5 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 18, Image 0971

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