D. W. Dimers
time to be as smart as the best and smarter than the rest. This getting of our daily bread is a more serious thing than the words of the well known prayer would lead many to imagine.Now, dear Professor, I close, sending you my kindest remembrances and regards,Yours very sincerely,D. W. DimersJohn Muir Esq.Martinez,California05242
1912 Aug 6
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 20, Image 1163
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