Myra Crow Marshall


John Muir


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(4)which could never be obliterated. I feel much richer having read them. They appeal to me much in the same way as your little story of "Stikeen".Mr. Marshall and I often wish that there was some more "lobbying" for you to do, or at least that something would transpire to bring you back to us again— for such treats come to us but seldom-Always-Myra Crow MarshallSunday.[1] 831 N. St. SacramentoMy dear Mr. Muir-After two months of illness I am writing to thank you for that last charming book on La Salle which I have only partly read as yet owing to trouble with my eyes added to my other ailments. To be deprived of health is bad enough, but to be deprived of reading is unbearable.04923


Sacramento [Calif.]

Date Original

[ca. 1910 ?]


Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 24 cm.

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Reel 19, Image 1052

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