Jan. 23, 1914.Berkeley California.Dear Mr Muir:I read your interesting story of Stickeen and yourself. I liked your story very much. I like to climb hills and mountains. When I lived in Washington my papa climbed Mount Ralnier. When he was going over the bridge the guards said he was to heavy but he was going anyway so they tied him to a rock and left him there till they came back.Yours truly, Eugenia Beardsley2545 Dwight Way.05689
1914 Jan 23
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