Katharine Hooker


[John Muir]


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[1]15 Maplewood ApartmentsClifton, Cincinnati, Ohio Nov. 30Garret (1911)My dear friendIt is a longer time than I meant to let go by since I have written to you, but if I had written as often as I have thought about you, you would have had a continuous stream of messages.I am glad, very glad that your pleasure in the journey you are making began at once--with the sight of thos wondrous forests. I speculate as to where you are and what you are doing now, and after a while I shall have another letter from you and learn something about it.09997


Cincinnati, Ohio

Date Original

[1911] Nov 30


Original letter dimensions: 23 x 14 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 20, Image 0709

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