Frances D. Thomson
[letterhead]Mount Vernon, N. Y., Feb. 24 1909Mr. John MuirMartinez, California.My dear Mr. Muir:Some members of the Library have been very anxious to find a little dog-story, said to have been told by you at a dinner-party., and later to have been printed in a magazine article.I have looked every-where for some clue to the story, but have been unable to find it, and I am writing to you in the hope that you will pardon the impertience of my letter and will be kind enough to tell me where and when this story of a dog was published. Assuring you of the grateful 04449 thanks of a busy librarian for any information you can give us.I am very truly yoursFrances D. Thomson.P.S. The story in question was told by you to Mr. Wayne Darlington, and it is indirectly through his interest in it, that requests for it have [arrived?] her in Mount Vernon.
Mounto Vernon, N. Y.
1909 Feb 24
Original letter dimensions: 27.5 x 21 cm.
Thomson, Frances D., "Letter from Frances D. Thomson to John Muir, 1909 Feb 24." (1909). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 5707.
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