[26 May 1910]Mr. John Muir,-Dear Sir:-My apology for sending the enclosed letters to you is the keen interest my pupils have felt in your book, and my desire that their interest in "John Muir" and our wonderful country shall be a lasting one.I am told that you are at present in Pasadena - if so - and you could possibly answer in person- I am sure no greater pleasure could be given these children or their teacher.Very sincerely yours,Their Teacher-03767 (1)
[1910 May 26]
Original letter dimensions: 25 x 16 cm.
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