[Loulu Perry] Osborn
Martinez, July 3, 1913
Dear Mrs Osborn:
Warm thanks thanks thanks for your July invitation to blessed Castle Rock. How it goes to my heart all of you must know, but nae's me! I see no way of escape from the work piled on me here - the gatherings of half a century of wilderness wanderings to be sorted & sifted into something like clear useful form. Never mind, for, anywhere, everywhere in immortal soul sympathy, I'm always with my friends, let time & the seas and continents spread their years and miles as they may.
Ever gratefully faithfully
The books you mentioned were sent by mail yesterday
1913 Jul 3
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Muir, John, "Letter from John Muir to [Loulu Perry] Osborn, 1913 Jul 3." (1913). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 4031.
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