Henry Fairfield Osborn
I will telegraph or telephone you on Thursday morning from the "[illegible]out"With our warmest regards and joyful anticipations -Yours ever-Henry Fairfield OsbornTuesday.Mar. 15/[illegible][letterhead]My dear friend:It seems almost too good to be true that you can accompany us to the Yosemite. Mrs Osborn is perfectly delighted and so am I. We are leaving southern California and [shortening?] our stay in these lovely part - in order to give us more time
I am greatly interested in his explorations on the Pacific Coast which parallel mine on the East.Please address me in careProf. J. C. MerriamBerkeleyCal.in that glorious valley which you know and love better than any one else in the world.We reach the [Fairmont?] Hotel, San Francisco tomorrow, Wednesday evening - and go out to Berkeley - to spend the day (Thursday) and evening with my friend Prof. J C. Merriam.
Santa Barbara, Calif.
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 25.5 cm.
Osborn, Henry Fairfield, "Letter from Henry Fairfield Osborn to John Muir,  Mar 15." (1910). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 4972.
Reel 19, Image 0245
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