Harriett M. Ashley
June 28 1911[letterhead]Dear Mr. Muir,Thank you very much for the book you say you have sent me. but it is not you and will not take your place at all, glad as I shall be to have it. Why can you not cut your visit a little short at Uncle John Burroughs, and come up see us for one night, only one night and I will try to be satisfied. We left05057
Middletown, N. Y.
1911 Jun 28
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