[Charles F.] Lummis
Martinez, July 4, 1907.
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I was nearly ten days in Pasadena & Los Angeles visiting our friend Sellers who has had a very hard dangerous time with pneumonia in your blessed braggy climate. I found him still far far from well though able to ride about & guide me through your confused canon streets. He discovered the Library for me but found you had fled. I went to your Castle to pay my respects to Mrs Lummis but found not a soul or sound there save the basket-jawed bulldog. Then I went to Riverside to see Frank Miller about the big hotel to be built in Yosemite. He also had vanished. Still
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I met lots of friends & friendly interesting people who showed all sorts of kindness. The Sellers have bought a fine house in Pasadena & are now complete Californians. I saw them off for Chicago to cut all ties there & return in a few months. Keith is still hard at work with fine stout pluck. He intends going home to the mountains for a while this summer. Our folks are pretty well & I am, with kindest regards to you all faithfully yours
1907 Jul 4
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Muir, John, "Letter from John Muir to [Charles F.] Lummis, 1907 Jul 4." (1907). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 3709.
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