Florence S[cripps] Kellogg
Altadena, Oct. 18-1913
Dear Mr. Muir:-
You must think me very unappreciative of your lovely book with your autograph, but indeed I'm not. I was away all summer, spending most of it with "Winnie Skylark" in Detroit - she was so pleased with her copy - & didn't know until a short time ago that my book was waiting for me here at Mary's. She
went east this summer also. Thank you very much, dear Mr. Muir. I'm proud to have the authographed book of your boyhood days.
We are all pretty well. Mr. K. is running the "Call" in S.F. & is up there most of the time. Dorothy & I are going there Monday to be with him a few days.
Ellen is busy with her painting & Wm with his school. When shall we have the pleasure of seeing you down here?
With best regards,
Florence S. Kellogg.
1913 Oct 18
Original letter dimensions: 8 x 13.5 cm.
Kellogg, Florence Scripps, "Letter from Florence S[cripps] Kellogg to John Muir, 1913 Oct 18." (1913). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 4130.
Reel 21, Image 0900
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