Ellie Mosgrove


John Muir


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[4][tomb?] and [Anonan?].I hope you are very well and EATING.An amusing letter from Mrs. Dickey to-day. I do love her so much she is so faithful and unselfish.I hope the new year will mean good health and for our sakes much written on Alaska or South American or Africa or Siberia or any other field of the globe not mentioned which you know.Love from us alldevotedly yours,Ellie MosgroveFeb. 4thAsiut Egypt.[1][letterhead]Dear Mr. Muir:-We have all been wishing you were with us. We are sailing up the Nile in a delightful, luxurious dahabah expecting to be at least two months on the trip.Mr. Putnam is over here for a rest and this trip embodied in its place and climate the greatest amount of the necessary ingredient.We are five - Mrs & Mr. Putnam Mrs Hooker and Marian and Ellie.We have a crew of twenty one men to care for us. Twelve05698


Asuit, Egypt

Date Original

[1914] Feb 4


Original letter dimensions: 19.5 x 27 cm.

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File Identifier

Reel 22, Image 0139

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