Helen told me you had been quite ill and I am so sorry I did not know it. I could at least have written you a letter telling you how dear you are, and that might have helped some. But I am the very worst person that ever lived about putting off writing letters. I don't see why I don't We will be home again before long so when you write, send it to Los Angeles.Ocean Park, Cal.August 4- 1914.Dear Mr. Muir-I thank you very much for the fine box of peaches and while I may seem late in telling you this, we were very late in getting them. You see we are staying here at Ocean Park for a 05810
Ocean Park, Calif.
1914 Aug 4
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 27 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0517
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