Emme A. Myrick
June 26, 1901
Dear Mr. Muir,
Your very cordial note came yesterday, and I am pleased to know I shall have friends on the noble mountain tops. Tell Wanda & Helen, I am taking the privilege of my age
by having a tent, which I hope they will use for dressing and bathing very often. I am a novice in the Yosemite, as well as they, and we can [stand?] in awe struck wonder together - I am going by way of Raymond, the first of July, from San Francisco on the five
o'clock afternoon train. We shall meet in the Yosemite if all goes well, With kind regards to Mrs. Muir from Mr. Myrick and myself,
Emma A. Myrick
Lindaholm, Santa Clara [Calif.]
1901 Jun 26
Original letter dimensions: 17 x 25.5 cm.
Myrick, Emme A., "Letter from Emme A. Myrick to John Muir, 1901 Jun 26." (1901). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 4428.
Reel 11, Image 0741
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