Edward B. Payne


Edward B. Payne


John Muir


Camp Reverie Association
City Office- - -Room 81, FLOOD BUILDING

jan francisco,
May 10th, 190I.

Mr. John Muir
Martinez, Cal.

Dear Sir:-

The accompanying booklet will give you full particulars of Camp Reverie.We have thought a good deal of the possibility of your,coming to talk to us some morning or evening under the redwoods, and last night, Keith, the artist, encouraged us to believe you would do this.You can choose your own time to come- any date after the 15th of June when we should be delighted to entertain you as our guest and to send you return passes from San Francisco to the grounds. Mr. Keith promises to visit the Camp and knowng his fondness for you wwe hope to have you there together, he suiting his time to your convenience.You will find yourselves in good company-the brightest and most unconventional minds on the coast...
Hoping that you can favor us with a visit, if only for a few days

I remain yours sincerely,

edward B.[illegible][02861]


San Francisco

Date Original

1901 May 10


Original letter dimensions: 28 x 21.5 cm.

Resource Identifier


File Identifier

Reel 11, Image 0709

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