Laura I. Ogden [Mrs. F. B.]
1175 Alice Streeet
Feb 11, 1903
Mr. John Muir-
The Living Writer's section of "[illegible]bell" literary club of this city - requests me to beg from you the honour of your presence, and the favor of a short address of perhaps one half [illegible]
duration for the afternoon of March the seventeenth - the third Tuesday of the month (March) the program to commence at three o'clock - We venture to ask this favor from you for the pleasure of "[illegible]ell" members and their guests inasmuch as the afternoon is to be devoted to Californian Writers - The subject of your address we leave entirely to your own discretion - should you find it possible to give us the pleasure might I suggest that any expense attendant upon your coming we shall gladly [illegible]ange. Hoping that your response may accord with our wishes, I am yours most sincerely
Laura I. Ogden
Mrs. F.B. C[illegible] Living Wes[illegible] Section
Feb. 11- 1903
1903 Feb 11
Original letter dimensions: 16 x 22.5 cm.
Ogden, Laura I., "Letter from Laura I. Ogden [Mrs. F. B.] to John Muir, 1903 Feb 11." (1903). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 2533.
Reel 13, Image 0176
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