Henry Fairfield Osborn


John Muir


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FOR THE PEOPLEFOR EDUCATIONFOR. SCIENCETHE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY NEW YORK23 October, 1912My dear Mr, Muir:I was delighted to receive your letter of October 12th from Hollywood, one of the brightest and most cheering of all the many you have gladdened our house with. I am happy that you are progressing with your work on Alaska; it must interest you intensely.I am still plodding away on the great Titanothere Monograph, and shall certainly send you a copy among the first when it appears.Always with love from all,Faithfully yours,[illegible]05287


New York

Date Original

1912 Oct 23


Original letter dimensions: 19 x 14.5 cm.

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Reel 20, Image 1373

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