November 3, 1904.
My dear Mr. Muir:
It was a pleasure to hear from you, and I am glad if my letters were of any assistance to you and Sargent. I am still more pleased that you should say that our brief trip through the Yosemite together was as pleasant as any part of your subsequent travels. It is a memory I shall always cherish.
As to how the election is going, I haven't the slightest idea. In any event, I have [illegible] nothing to regret.
Mr. John Muir,
White House, Washington
1904 Nov 03
Original letter dimensions: 22.5 x 36 cm.
Roosevelt, Theodore, "Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to John Muir, 1904 Nov 3." (1904). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 2901.
Reel 14, Image 0650
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