Mary Harriman


John Muir


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[2]Shasta & those splendid wooded nights where Mr [Herrin?] disp[illegible]s hospitality so generously - of course the young people Mary included are both to move their faces away from Island Park but I am a little anxious to get nearer the Centre of affairs & to be at[1]P.O. ISLAND PARK, IDAHOTEL. ASHTON, IDAHOSept 4thISLAND PARK RANCHDear Mr MuirBefore setting forth this afternoon on our homeward way I would have another chat with you - I was glad to hear from you last letter that you had been having some of the fine air of05839


Ashton, Idaho

Date Original

[1914] Sep 4


Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 22, Image 0617

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