Sept. 3.Dear Mr MuirI am afraid you are not well and I'm going to see you on Saturday unless you telegraph me not to come. I shall bring lunch with me, and come in the automobile.I should have kept you longer than a night if you could have come down here to me, but have just had a [illegible] calling me to Los Angeles and must go on Sunday for 2 or 3 weeks.——In haste, affectionatelyKatharine Hooker05838
[1914 ?] Sep 3
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
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