William F. Herrin
[letterhead]January 26. 1911My dear Mr. Muir,Different things have cooperated to prevent out on starting on our trip to Mexico, among them the indisposition of my daughters, both of whom have been enough out of sorts to prohibit travelling for pleasure, and now Judge [Levitt?] advises me that he will be in Los Angeles about ten days hence, and I cannot be absent04945
1911 Jan 26
Original letter dimensions: 19 x 32.5 cm.
Reel 20, Image 0075
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