Florence Merriam Bailey
not heard from her. I do not know whether it reached her.Mr. Bailey gave me Stickeen for Christmas and we enjoyed reading it aloud, thinking of the camp fire in the Sierra where you told us the story. How we did enjoy your being with us![letterhead]January 26, 1910.My dear Mr. Muir:"And the box of nuts and raisins from Mr. Muir!" was the announcement again this year.Don't you think you are too good to us?
Washington, D. C.
1910 Jan 26
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