[Mrs. Hooker]Los Angeles, August 7thMy dear John MuirYour letter of the 2nd of August comes to me this morning and makes me sad. You have been overworking quite wickedly and now without any rest for recuperation you are starting off on this arduous journey. I do hope all may go well with you, but you don't take any care of yourself and it troubles those who love you.I am writing you from bed where I have been for a week and where I am likely to be kept some days longer. Marian came down here yesterday and joins with the05091
 Aug 7
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