DarjeelingJan. 31 1912My dear Mr. Muir:In what far land are you now travelling? I think of you ever, but here in sight of the Himalayas you seem most near to me. I trust you are well and enjoying South America as I am the Orient.I shall be in Paris (Credit Lyonnais) in April, and should so like to hear from you.Ever your friendCharley KeelerMr. John MuirMartinezCaliforniaU. S. A.(Please forward)05147
1912 Jan 31
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