[Robert Underwood] Johnson
brought forth in these years of perfect freedom.As to my health you so kindly inquire for I have been confined to my room in the big house on the hill for more than a month all alone without secretary or stenographer. Grippe was the trouble am now getting better and hope to get some writing done.Anyhow dear Johnson I am ever your affectionate friend John Muir and also your sincere admirer.
1914 Jan 31
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