Helen Lukens Gaut
Helen Lukens GautMagazine Correspondent182 East Walnut Street[Pasadrna ?], Cal.Dec. 21, 1909.My dear Mr. Muir:-I thank you most sincerely for the splendid testimonial you sent me. Its value to me will be great.In this same mail I am forwarding the six [Illegible] booklets, also a tinted photograph of a brook scene that I took in the Klamath River country this summer, which I hope you will accept with my best greetings. I also enclose a "chromo" of a homely, but good-natured subject.Col. Sellers and wife have returned from the East,and are at their home on Calif. St.I believe my father has written you today. He is well, and very happy with "the girls", as he calls his wife and sister-in-law, and I am happy for him.Mr. Gaut and Ralph join me in wishing you a merry Christmas and Happy New Year, and Lottie sends you her love. She has, and always has had, an especially warm corner in her heart for dear Mr. Muir.Thanking you again for your dear good letter, I am,Sincerely yours,[Illegible]04655
1909 Dec 21
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