Katharine [Merrill] Graydon
You will understand my repeating this request, will you not? I only have my heart set upon your seeing and being seen by this recent friend of mine.Come early before a possibility of being lost in Berkeley business.Your friendKatherine GraydonSept. 10. 1896.[in margin: 959]Sept. 10, 18962530 College Ave.BerkeleyDear Mr. Muir,I have just written you a note to Martinez, and now it occurs to me that you may be in the city a few days and so I send this in Mr. Keith's care.On Saturday eve. next, (12th) I give a company of University people to meet Mrs. [Fowler?] and I bidtoher "au revoir."This Lady of N.Y. City in a 02147
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