Katharine Hooker


John Muir


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[2]I am working slowly through the dismantling of this old house, and now it is almost empty, swept, but not garnished.I sit in the room you used to have and am sometimes a little sad that I shall probably never inhabit again The garden looks very beautiful.[3]But a sweet lovely woman is going to live in it. that Mrs. Jones (the Nevada senator's wife) whose bonnet you admired because it was a little bed of flowers which seemed to sprout out of the whole surface.Marian is still in New York, Ellie is here with me. I shall stay here till the end of


Los Angeles

Date Original

[1912 ?] Sep 26


Original letter dimensions: 18 x 23 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 20, Image 1345

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Page 2


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