[Mrs.] Bille W. Brace


John Muir


[4]been supplied by the reporter.May I ask if this [Supposition?] is correct?Very Respectfully yours(Mrs) Bille W. Brace.March 18/09.[1][letterhead]Mr John MuirDear SirPardon the liberty taken in addressing you, an entire stranger.- To explain the reason for04461 [3]are upon my list of valued periodicals,- both deal with people, - (with supposed facts concerning them) of note. It reads very much in Human Life, as though fiction of a decidedly fellow here, had[2]my so doing, allow me to call your attention to Page 11357 of The World Work for March, and also Page 23 of Human Life for the same month. Both publications


Victor, N. Y.

Date Original

1909 Mar 18


Original letter dimensions: 16.5 x 26 cm.

Resource Identifier


File Identifier

Reel 18, Image 0318

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