Myra C. Marshall
little beauties in nature that had escaped my notice before, and which have since been a constant delight to me when I go out "into the heart of things."My disappointment in not seeing you last year when you were in Washington and I in Switzerland, can not be allayed until you come on and make us a visit in our house.I must hear about your long splendid trip.Nov 25 1912[letterhead]My dear Mr. Muir,How can we thank you for the bountiful feast of beautiful Nature you have sent us?The entire morning has been spent in reading aloud from your first summer to Evelyn who was compelled to remain home from05303
[Washington, D. C.]
1912 Nov 25
Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 27 cm.
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