Mary Frances Kellogg
[con-]sideration, it occurred to me again. But the suggestion being made to me that a word from you would help the sale of the book, if published, has kept me putting off asking you, for I did not want that idea to come in at all. My first idea was that a thought from you would be especially in keeping with my aim in writing and illustrating the story, however far short I might have fallen of my goal.When you have seen the book, if you approve of it, perhaps you would be willing to[letterhead]Sept. 21, 1912Dear Mr. Muir:Our visit with you at your daughter's home was a memorable close to our stay in San Francisco. And your kindess to us in every way was wonderful. We reached San Francisco in plenty of time to go out to the Y. W. C. A. and pack our things.Every minute of the trip from San Francisco to San Pedro was05277
1912 Sep 21
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26.5 cm.
Reel 20, Image 1319
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