John Muir


Tom & Wanda [Hanna]


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Garrisons, N. Y., July 14, 1911.Dear Tom and Wanda:I am very much obliged to you for so promptly getting me the Information about Helen which completely allayed my anxiety, also for forwarding that batch of letters which some foolish person in the Century Magazine Rooms sent Martinez while R. U. Johnson was absent. I am very glad to hear that those two great boys are well and that the wonderful twins are also thriving. Remember me to John Swett when you see him.The weather here has been intenseley hot received them. I think one or two coats would be useful and also trousers.My address until I sail will be Garrisons on the Hudson, State of New York, care ofProfessor H. F. Osborn.[illegible]<05078


Garrisons, N. Y.

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1911 Jul 14


Original letter dimensions: 15 x 25 cm.

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Reel 20, Image 0506

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