Mary Harriman


John Muir


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[3]home to welcome Carol - Her last cable - (her cables have been few & far between rounding with South or North around the sea[t?] of war to reach us) states she would sail from H[illegible]land on Sept 5th so I am hoping nothing unto[illegible] has happened to change this plan - I am feeling strongly that this world is not the pleasant place to sojourn in, that it was, even should America be prospered by this war - I pray we may keep our heads clear & our hearts pure & not add to the [illegible]e confusion of nations - Do write me as often as you feel like doing & remember we will always be looking for you in the East - With love & best wishessincerely Mary W. Harriman


Ashton, Idaho

Date Original

[1914] Sep 4


Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 22, Image 0619

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