Ja[me]s Wyllie


John Muir


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[letterhead]3of human beings and probably outstrip America in its infinite variety of animal and other living structures; while at the same time, it must alway provide a wide field for intellectual gropings, with regard to the psychology of its varied peoples and their destiny in the social fabric of humanity.My foot is now almost better and I can walk with freedom again.Rheumatic Gout had given Mrs Wyllie much trouble and pain of late. She is happily a good deal better, the last two weeks, but I am afraid the trouble has become chronic.Miss Wyllie is A. 1. She has taken up Golf seriously, in fact she seems to have got the fever badly, and wishes to devote more time to it than her mother thinks she should. Any aid to robust health is a good investment, and I am incluined to condone the offence if fault it be05250


Cape Town [S. Africa]

Date Original

1912 Aug 14


Original letter dimensions: 25.5 x 20 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 20, Image 1195

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Page 3


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