pleasure in making you feel that it is your home when you come.
Top most among Alaskan memories is that of a day on the mountain above Kodiak with you.
July 11. 1907.
 July 11, 1907
Dear Mr. Muir:
It is like a breath of fresh Alaskan air to get a note from you in our summer heat. Thank you for the congratulations: you know it was our Common
alma mater, Wisconsin, that first did it. - much to my gratification, for it was there that my teaching life began.
I hope that the years are [illegible]sing you well. Some day you must visit us at Tower Grove / as Mr Shaw delighted to call the home that we now occupy in the Garden. Mrs. [illegible] and I will take very great
1907 Jul 11
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Trelease, William, "Letter from W[illia]m Trelease to John Muir, 1907 Jul 11." (1907). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 3715.
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