seems a good response to the invitation.W. John Ritchie of Boston has sent me the enclosed, to be forwarded to you, which he fancies you may not have before seen.Anticipating the pleasure of a long and delightful talk from you, concerning mountains, glaciers, and Sequoias, and the delights of the High Sierras!I am most sincerely yoursHarrington PutnamMr. John MuirJune 15, 1911[letterhead]My dear Mr. Muir:The following are the guests who expect to dine with us on Saturday.Henry S. AdamsH L. BridgemanProf. E W Brown, New HavenHenry G. Brigant, Philad.Benj S. ComstockLewis L. DelafieldCharles E. Fay, Tufts CollegeF. W. Treeborn.Dr. Wm Hallock, Columbia Coll.Rev Harry P. Nichols,H. Fielding Reid, BaltimoreProf A. Lawrence Rotch, Harvard,W Alden SampsonBenj F. SeaverGeo. [Nance?] Jr. Philad.which, considering the lateness of the season,05041
1911 Jun 15
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