Leonard Lyell


John Muir


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[1][letterhead]29th May. 1910My dear SirI have been spending my time hunting the Redwood & partly from ignorance of the country have expended so much time that I shall be unable to see you at Los Angeles; & now ask if there is any likelihood of my finding you at Martinez when I come back, after an attempt I am going to make to see the giant Sequoia Forest which you were so good as to specially recommend to my attention.As I had never seen the Redwood in its native forests I was specially anxious to make sure of them first & went04769


San Francisco

Date Original

1910 May 29


Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 14 cm.

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Reel 19, Image 0427

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