Carrie B. Jump
Mar 18 14Dear Mr Muir,May we ask the privilege of calling on you at your home the 2nd week in April when the girls will have vacation- They will consider an interview with the author of Stickeen the greatest blessing that has come to them in their short years.I hope some day you will write of the "[illegible]de and moss g[illegible]ore [beech?] that o'er canopies the glad" the brich, the [illegible]d of the soft maple2the bare lama[illegible]ack swamps as it breaks into its greens in spring- The glorious mountain ash - The Arbutus, Hrpatica Bloodroot & Partridge berry followed by the golden rod & Aster and the flaming L[illegible]ack &c, Ah! you have the cunning to paint the picture of old Wisconsin's glories, and bring life & color to every blade and leaf; How our hearts would bound in sympathy with such a production!-If you are well and it is057293convenient, you will confer great pleasure on us by permitting us on any day [illegible] by you to come to see you-Very SincerelyCarrie B. Jump3340 Fruit Vale AveOaklandCal.March 28-191405729
1914 Mar 28
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