Edward R. Taylor
[in margin: Miscellaneous][letterhead]December 10. 1897.My dear MuirTom Magee was in my office yesterday, and in speaking of his deliverance from his recent perils & hardships, said he felt that it was due to nature's protection of him by reason of his love for her; that you had told him that the wild apple had more seeds than the cultivated one, etc. I then set to thinking about your own experience02370
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