Herbert H. Allsop
City of San Francisco
Mabirra ForestJinja P.O.UGANDA.vis Mombasa. B.E.A.29th October 1912Dear Mr Muir,Your welcome letter of September August 14th arrived here on September 2lat and the book "Mountains of California a couple of weeks after. Thank you so very much for this latter, I have not yet read it but have glanced through it and am sure I shall enjoy reading. I am posting the negatives under separate cover and trust they arrive at your address in good order.Many thanks for your information regarding California it is a part of the world I have always longed to visit, and perhaps fate may yet direct my footsteps' that way who knows?I wonder if we will ever meet again, I really enjoyed the few days we spent together and shall look forward to a reunion in some part of the world. At present I expect I shall be in Uganda for a couple of years at least and if fortunes exile on me I suppose I shall return, otherwise I shall look for pastures new. I am somewhat of a reamer at heart and do like the idea of remaining in one spot all my days. I trust you are blessed with the best of health and that you win write to me again soon.With kindest regards,Yours very sincerely[illegible]05289
Mabira Forest, Uganda
1912 Oct 29
Original letter dimensions: 26 x 20.5 cm.
Reel 20, Image 1381
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