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
1911 Jun 20
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