Clara Barrus


John Muir


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[1]Glenwood Mission InnRiverside, CaliforniaMarch 10/09Dear John Muir,Why don't we hear from you, or are you on your way here? We do hope so, & every one here is inquiring after you, & we're holding out the hope to them that you will come before we leave.Mr. Burroughs thinks we can't stay here longer than Monday - but there's really no reason why we can't, they seem just as cordial & whole-souled as they were at El Tor[illegible] & we are enjoying it all immensely. They put us in the Presidential Suite, if you please, & Harriet & I have to use our per-04451


Riverside, Calif.

Date Original

1909 Mar 10


Original letter dimensions: 27.5 x 21.5 cm.

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Reel 18, Image 0284

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