Clara Barrus


John Muir


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[3]Glenwood Mission InnRiverside, CaliforniaI sent a card to Helen Sunday, but have not heard from her yet. I hope you found things going as well as you expected at home & that your daughter Wanda is doing well.How is your bread holding out?They have good bread here, too.Mr. B. is eager to get somewhere (perhaps Catalina is [loud?]) where we can get tents & camp.We shall go from here to the Van Nuys hotel, Los Angeles, probably by Monday, unless you come & persuade him to stay longer.They both send you their love & Harriet says "lots of it"- Come if you can-Sincerely yours,Clara Barrus04451


Riverside, Calif.

Date Original

1909 Mar 10


Original letter dimensions: 27.5 x 21.5 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 18, Image 0288

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Page 3


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