Cha[rle]s Warren Stoddard
S+ Francisco 5 Aug 1873..Dear John Muir. Though you have never written me a line since you said [underlined: good by] to my face — yet I believe you must have found me short of the C.W.S. you had pictured, or this would not have been so — Well — let us begin again: Though you have not written me, dear [underlined: Faun]. I have often thought of you. But, John, Boy, there are more things in heaven and Earth than pine boughs and glaciers, erect, 657 [in margin: 00665]Here is my address – Care of Theo F. Dwight or G. P. Putnam’s Sons New York City. up to November 1873then Care Tom Hood. No 80 Fleet St London EngTell Mrs Carr the address – and don’t forget it yourself, old adamant! C.W.S.
1873 Aug 2
Original letter dimensions: 19.5 x 31.5 cm.
Reel 02, Image 1165
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