Katharine [Merrill] Graydon
friend of your friends, Mr. & Mrs. Johnson, and does not see how he can return next Tuesday without seeing "Mr. John Muir," which inability so for had been the one disappointment of her California visit.She is a very rare woman, men, an [Carob?][Bougereau], the Duke of Devonshire, various Oxford professional have stepped far out of their way to do her honor. Indeed, you will be repaid for the effort of meeting her,And this is the last opportunity. Do come & let nothing prevent. Come just as you are, and Mrs. Bettis & I will be pleased to have you our guest for the night. I expect the Andersons also to spend the night.Indeed, I want you far more than I can express in this written forum. Don't disappoint me, I beg you.Mrs. Fowler knows Prof. Sargent and somebody else of your Commission.
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