[Robert Underwood] Johnson
I'm afraid I shall not be able to be with at the great November meeting- for I have not yet fully recovered from last winter's grippe, tho I have not lost a single day in bed.Am now at work on old Alaska notes trying to make something like a book out of them. And besides many others are calling for pen work & my years are flying very fast.I wish you could come & spend a year or two with me. tho my house now is only a lonely bachelor placeIf Mr Bridgeman comes I'll be glad to see him.Remember me to Burroughs when next you see him. and however silent believe me ever faithfully affectionately your friend John Muir
1914 Aug 4
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