C. A. Brant
EL TOvAR, GRAND CANYON, ARIZONA FRED HARVEYJan. 6, 1911Mr. John Muir,325 west Adams St.,Los Angeles, Cal.My dear Mr.Muir:-On behalf of Mrs. Brant as well as self please accept thanks for your very charming favor of the 3rd. inst. we of course both sincerely trust that your New Year wishes will come true and that the best in the world will come our way and that at least a portion will remain with us; but in order to make us truly and thoroughly happy we are in hopes of having a long visit from you and some of your friends some time in the spring, or better yet during the summer, for during the summer time we have time to spare and could follow you along just the same as your famous dog " Stickeen", and with just as much devotion.we have heard indirectly from'Mr. Burroughs through Miss Clara Barees that Mr. Burroughs will visit the West again at no distant date. We both sincerely trust that you two grand old fellow will come up here and spend the summer.04934
Grand Canyon, Ariz.
1911 Jan 6
Original letter dimensions: 27.5 x 21.5 cm.
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