Helen [Muir Funk]
Home Sep. 29, 1914Darling Helen: Your letters long or short are always bright & cheery & delightful.I'll send rooted Jeasmine & the roses you want very soon, & others later in case the first fail to make good in the unt[illegible] breezes of the desert.The house is beginning to look respectable but at a good deal of hard dusty work as the priceEver your devotedfather John Muir
1914 Sep 29
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