Florence Boyce Davis
parcel post a few maple sugar cakes, which I hope you will enjoy.Thanking you for the pleasure your pen has given us, and wishing you many more happy, useful years, I amVery sincerely,Florence Boyce Davis.Waitsfield, Vermont,July 22, 1914. July 22 1914Mr. John Muir,Martinez Cal.My dear Mr. Muir:I have just finished reading John Muir's Boyhood and Youth. I have seldom enjoyed a book so much, and I think you will pardon my taking the liberty to write and tell you so. I was telling one of our neighbors about the book, and remarked05800
1914 Jul 22
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 22, Image 0485
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