[R. B.] Marshall [family]
& Deseralam where I saw thousands of Baobabs From Mombasa on Roosevelts track to Victoria Nyanza and down the lake to the head of the Nile, a glorious trip Thence back from Uganda to Mombasa through a wonderful country. thousands of antelopes zebras etc along the way From Mombasa around the north end of the continent, through the canal to Naples, up Mr Vesuvius through Pompei etc Thence New York. in good health "ower a' the ills o' life victorious" as Tam O'Shanter saysI'll write to Johnson about your Century article. If you have a copy of it I'd like to see it.Love to you allJohn MuirR. B. Marshall PapersBancroft Library
1912 May 7
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