Crockett Calif. April 25, 1907 Mr. Muir. Dear Sir, I wish to write you a few lines. But I am afraid to disturb you too much. My family and I are very thankful to you for that piece of ground what you sold to us. So I donΓÇÖt have trouble any-more for I have a corell for my cow. Now I would like to ask you Mr. Muir.
If you let me have half a block more. That will be more handy for me. That is the same place where Francis George has a water tank. I told him about it. He wrote to you of you will sell it to me. I am your very Truly Fried Martins Urbick Crockett Calif. Please let me know about it.
1907 Apr 25
Urbick, Martin, "Letter from Martin Urbick to John Muir, 1907 Apr 25" (1907). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 3685.
MSS 048 John Muir Papers
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