Henry L. Abbot
Washington D. C. 1 May 1910.My dear Mr Muir,I write to say that my son Col. Abbot has been transferred from here to take direction of the Boston district, and that my address hereafter will be 23 Berkeley Street, Cambridge Mass. in case you should have occasion to write.I saw Brewer and Hague at the National Academy meeting week before last, and shall soon see Sargent. I wish you were this side of the Rockies too.Very truly yours,[illegible]Was glad to have yours of 14th ult. The Ballenger-Pinchot fight goes on actively.04754
Washington, D. C.
1910 May 1
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