ARNOLD ARBORETUM,HARVARD UNIVERSITY.Jamaica Plain, Mass., October 28, 1895.My near Mr. Muir:Many thanks for your note or the 21st which reached the Arboretum this morning. You have a way of saying things which give me the greatest pleasure because I know that you understand the subject and are sincere - qualifications possessed by few of my correspondentsOf course my summer's outing is still in embryo.When ittakes shape you shall be the first to know as I am most anxious to have the benefit of your society. I shall be very glad to avail myself of your offer to lend me your notes, measurements, etc , of Sequoia which I shall be Working upon this winter.Faithfully yoursC.S.[illegible]John Muir, Esq.Martinez, Cala.02044
Jamaica Plain, Mass
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