Olive Thorne Miller
it.)Now will you tell me where you are to be found, and if you will be at home when I get [along?] near you, and if my plan is agreeable to you, will you give me your P. O. address so that when I come into your neighborhood I can write you, and arrange a meetingI send this through the Century Company, and hope for an answervery truly, a fellowbird-lover,Olive Thorne Miller628 Hancock Street,Brooklyn, N. H. Oct 2dMy dear Mr Muir:I have always been a lover of your writings and a warm sympathizer with your feeling toward nature and [her?] works,- not only the birds and [illegible]ts, but the trees and mountains of your wonderful California. I [regard?] your chapter on the water ouzel "the mountain streams's own05861
Brooklyn, N. Y.
[1914 ?] Oct 2
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