Horatio N. Rust


John Muir


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South Pasadena Aug 31st 94John Muir EsqMy Dear SirHow time flies. I cannot realize that more than one year has passed since I enjoyed so much our visit at Cal [Silles?]. I had hoped to meet you and hear of your trip abroad which I hope was a pleasant one.I remained with Mr. Logan and the Fair until it was over and we had collected what morsels we could for [Beloit?] The collection is now installed in nice cases in the College museum very much to my satisfaction. Thanks to Mr. Logans generosity.We are very hopeful that some day we may have the pleasure of seeing you at my home here. Please accept a perpetual invitation to visit us.I am anxious to learn from you if you think that genuine Glacial markings are to be seen along the course of the [Angen Seco.?] just on the west side of Pasadena I ask because some people have recently claim to have discovered such evidences at or near a narrow gorge called01842


So. Pasadena [Calif]

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