Henrietta Thompson


John Muir


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1Los Angeles, June 20, 1911Dear dear Mr Muir,How glad I was to hear from you and to learn that you were well and spending a few delightful days with your friends on the Hudson.No, it doesn't seem possible that Mr. Hooker is not here any more. I cannot realize it, although I saw him at rest amidst beautiful flowers and heard the splendid tribute to his many noble qualities read by Mr. Baumgardt. I have not been out to the house since that day. I cannot bear to go through the gate and along the path, with his lovely garden outspread before me, and know I05047


Los Angeles

Date Original

1911 Jun 20


Original letter dimensions: 26 x 16 cm.

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Reel 20, Image 0383

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