Katharine Hooker


John Muir


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[2]friendship, real, so[illegible] enduring, in the world. It warns the smart and it is comforting always which is well, for it is all I can look for for the rest of my life.I went to inquire about trains and found the unlimited method was not followed in the evening. The train we must take leaves at four in the afternoon.[3]the dentist still holds onto me and I do not see the way to getting off before Sunday, the 25th Will that suit you?Those lines of Thoreau's were beautiful.[Ever?] affectionately yoursKatherine HookerP.S. I was going to end there, when I thought I ought to say a little


San Francisco

Date Original

[1910] Sep 17


Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 25.5 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 19, Image 0866

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Page 2


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