C. J. Scott
[Illegible],1910134 Cushing Ave.,Dorchester, Mass.My dear Mr. Muir:-I am taking the liberty of sending you under separate cover, today, a photograph of yourself, which I am going to ask if you will be kind enough to autograph for me,Please believe me, that no gratification of an idle whim prompts me to ask this from you, but that I desire it to frame and hang on the walls of my library as a personal memento of one whose writings have afforded both Mrs. Scott and I great pleasure.I should prefer to have the photo signed on the mount, underneath, rather than on the picture itself I am enclosing04709
return postage, and have pasted a self-addressed slip on the inside of wrapper, which you can reverse in returning to me.Thanking you very sincerely for your courtesy in the matter, I am with all good wishes,Yours very truly,[Illegible]
1910 Feb 19
Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.
Scott, C. J., "Letter from C. J. Scott to John Muir, 1910 Feb 19." (1910). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 4947.
Reel 19, Image 0163
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