Marian o.Hooker


John Muir


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[2]hardens one in that line. I hope that your trip will be one of much pleasure to you throughout, and we look forward to hearing of it from you in person on your return.Ellie and Maude have just come back from their trip to Tahiti, both full of interest. Ellie looking well, Maude thinner from her continued sea-sickness but improving since her landing. They are still in the region of San Francisco. My uncle Osgood and his wife we2 [3][letterhead]bullied into a trip to Yosemite this summer. He regretfully turned his face from his ere-adored Tahoe--and faced the scorching trip into the valley nobly--to be as completely won over to the wonderful country as heart could wish. He proposes camping trips there next summer.My future lies immediately (as mother has told you) in work at another hospital for the end of this year, and05090


Los Angeles

Date Original

1911 Aug 7


Original letter dimensions: 23 x 15.5 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 20, Image 0572

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