[John G.] Taylor
[Original in possession of Rev, John G. Taylor, Arlington, Mass.]
Martinez, Cal., June 7, 1913.
Dear Mr. Taylor:
Many thanks for your kind letter full of Auld lang syne University days, with their fondly cherished memories. Can you give me Charlie Vroman's address? I have not seen him since I left Madison. I don't remember Bicknell, but I must hunt him up next time I go to Los Angeles. Rice and Blake were my companions on a botanical excursion to Prairie du Chien when I left the University. Blake is a physician in Brooklyn, N.Y,
I met Bradford Torrey years ago in Boston, and in Yosemite Valley a few months before his death. I have his last book. He was a fine character beloved by all who really knew [him].
I'm glad to learn that you have lived so fine and useful a life, and I shall look forward to meeting you before sundown.
1913 Jun 7
Original letter dimensions unknown.
Muir, John, "Letter from John Muir to [John G.] Taylor, 1913 Jun 7." (1913). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 4014.
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