Thomas T. Bisset
books as I know they must be of great interest Thanks very much for asking me if there is any thing you can do for me in America - it is very kind of you indeed, but in the meantime there is nothing I can ask you. I will be pleased at all times to send you any photograph or publication which I think may be of interest to you.With sincere thanksI am yours faithfullyThomas T. Bisset.Rose Cottage,Woodbush,Dunbar.6-7-14.Mr Muir,Dear Sir,I was delighted to get your very nice letter and see you had received the photos and cards all right, and that you were so pleased with them.Sometime ago you kindly sent me a copy of your interesting book "My Boyhood & Youth" which I liked very much. I should be so pleased to accept any of your other05766
1914 Jun 7
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