[R. B.] Marshall
I trust you still get good news from darlings abroad. Give them my love when next you writeI've lost two of my best friends since I saw you. Mr Hooker of Los Angeles, & Col. Sellers of Pasadena.Ever faithfullyJohn MuirJun 9 - 1911R. B. Marshall PapersBancroft library[letterhead]New York, June 8, 1911Dear Mr MarshallI'm still pegging away here on my Yosemite book but with endless interruptions making very slow progress.In the hurry of leaving home my map of Yosemite Park was forgotten. May I trouble you to send me another copy to above address c/o Mrs. E. H. Harriman.I shall probably be here another month ere I go south
1911 Jun 8
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