Original in possession of Mr. Charles MooresMartines,California Feb.10,1909.Dear Mr. Moores:I heartily thank you for your Lincoln book, which I shall be glad to read. How did you write so important a book amid business cares?It seems hut yesterday you were a little boy. How soon those boy days become auld lang syne. Are you not coming to California ere long? I should be so glad to see you. Remember me to your mother & Mina & Merrill & Katie Graydon and all the clan. I seldom hear from any of you now. Your letter and book with the loving inscription warms my heart.Faithfully yours dear Charlie.John Muir.
1909 Feb 10
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