more - to give you the opportunity not to go with me if you at all dreaded it.The more I think it over the more I think it will be impossible to ignore what has just happened. it would put me in a questionable position. I intend therefore, to speak to Mr Hooker about it, and of course I cannot judge what the result will be. if I should ignore his decided message, it would put him in the position of having [illegible] [illegible]e full warning, and therefore he could proceed against meSan FranciscoSept. 17.My dear Mr MuirI was just about to write you when your letter was handed in. It was good, and it contented me to have you say you enjoyed your visit. I feared you had gone away thinking our main topic was too unhappy. Never mind! there is always04878
 Sep 17
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 25.5 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0864
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