M.H. Myrick


John Muir


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the tidal waves reaching dry land!! The Straits of Sunda are away southesast of Asia--so, those tidal waves must have gone around the Cape of Good Hope or Cape Horn, unless they took a short cut by India and through the Suez Canal, and over the Alps by the tunnel!!Who is this writer? Is he of enough consequence to reply to?Please return the enclosed article to me--I want it.Ever yoursM H My[illegible]I understand a tidal wave was [illegible] here at San Franciso--but there was a clear ocean wavePerhaps I am away off in laughing at him--but the thing struck me funny.


San Francisco, Cal

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