Joseph J. Perkins
OFFICE OF JOSEPH J. PERKINSATTORNEY AT LAWNOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, ETC. . . for . .ARIZONAGEORGIAMICHIGANNEW YORKOREGONCOLORADOILLINOISMISSOURINEW MEXICOPENNSYLVANIADISTRICT OF COLUMBIALOUISIANAMASSACHUYSETTSOHIOIn re...........Panta Barbara, bal. Mr.John Muir (No.3).what form could you carry enough bread to last you on such long trips? And why did you always take tea with you and not coffee? Did you ever carry almonds and raisins?Now. I know you are a busy man, and if you cannot find time to answer the above questions drop these lines into your waste-basket and think no more about them.I shall love you just the sameGratefully yours[illegible]J.J.P./M.,br>P.S. I have just finished reading,"Mountains in the Sierra Nevada1 by King "Wild Life in the Rockies" by Mills, and "The Mountains by Stewart Edward White.King's book contains much information, but the author's style is not pleasant reading. The other two books (to me) are indifferent.J.J.P.04739
Santa Barbara, Calif.
1910 Mar 29
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0287
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