Helen [Muir Funk]
Hereafter my address will be c/o R. U. Johnson, The Century Magazine, union Square, New York City for Mrs. Harriman is going to move to her country place, while I'll remain in New York until after [the?] Yale affair & perhaps for another month working on the Yosemite book if the weather does not get too hot. If it does I'll off to the sea & finish the book next winter. I'm feeling fine, in this grand airy house on the side of Central Park & I've done some good work. Haven't heard a word from Mrs. Sellers, & but little from the Hookers, Ever devotedlyYour loving fatherJohn Muir[letterhead]New York June 15, 1911Darling HelenI got your letter of the 10th this morning.Get away to a cool mountain & camp out under the pines with the baby while teething but near a house or hotel for convenience. Dont however sleep in a dusty stuffy room even at a [illegible] hotel, for that would be worse than the dry desert however hot, and see that you get nourishing food for yourself. Watch the babe's gums. Have them lanced if necessary
1911 Jun 15
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