color.I was delighted to have your last letter, & I was very much interested in all you said of your writings and word picturesIf you will stay in that now distant west it's a real pleasure to keep in touch with you that way. And now that we have your lovely photograph--and on my desk whereMarch 27th[letterhead]Dear Mr. Muir,Having no California sunshine to bask in Mother and I have come this far Southward to get warmed through. And here we are rewarded by watching the buds of shrubs and trees show the first green04985
Washington, D. C.
[1911 ?] Mar 27
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27.5
Reel 20, Image 0197
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