R[obin] L[inda] & G[eorge] Hansen
PRIVATE OR PUBLIC GROUNDS
SQUARES, BOULEVARDS, PARKWAYS
CEMETERIES AND PARK SYSTEMS
DIVISIONS OF SUBURBAN PROPERTY
"THE ORCHID HYBRIDS"
"WHERE THE BIG TREES GROW"
"WHAT IS A KINDERGARTEN?"
"BABY ROLAND BOOKLETS"
EXSICCAT OF THE
"FLORA OF THE SEQUOIA
THE HERBARIA AT
EAST ST. LOUIS
SALT LAKE CITY
2705 HEARST AVENUE,BERKELEY,CAL.
ADVISORY ARCHITECT TO PARK COMMISSIONS,
MUNICIPALITIES AND CEMETERY ASSOCIATIONS
Jan. 13th., 1004.
An eastern paper tells me that Prof. Sargent has returned from his trip, To me that reads that you must have gotten home in good time to have a redlevrry wreath twined for you by your daughters hands, and to carve the bird that a loving wife in enjoyed turning for you in the hot stove.
Take our Welcome Home then, from this happy home and listen to it as you do to the satisfied or oak of the new-awakened frogs and the first hum and chirp of the humming bird as he whiles around your porch on his-way to hunt the first manzanitta bloom.
Whom God loves, he shows the world. But we all decide on a place we love best for every-day life : home.
1904 Jan 13
Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.
Linda, Robin and Hansen, George, "Letter from R[obin] L[inda] & G[eorge] Hansen to [John Muir], 1904 Jan 13." (1904). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 2740.
Reel 14, Image 0034
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