Margaret Rae Lunam
How is your dear Helen & when do you hope to have her at home with you, how are Professor & Mrs. Kellog have you seen them this yearMother joins me in kindest loveYours AffectyMargaret Rae LunamWestfieldDunbarNovr 11th 1909Dear CousinIt seems a very long time since we heard from you but we heard from your sister Mrs Galloway that you were well & going about this summer then our "Local" told us04630 that you had been in the Yosemite Valley with President Taft Our Minister Mr Borland who had got a loan of your 'Mountains of California" I enjoyed it much, asked it for a friend a Revd Dr Paul parish minister of the Grange Edinburgh who sent it back to him with the enclosedletter I thought it might interest you to see this letter (dont send it back). I saw Paul had been lecturing on Botany at Ty[illegible] [home?] the other week, Mother is well but very feeble but was able to get out in her chair in the Summer but it is too cold for that now
1909 Nov 11
Original letter dimensions: 16 x 20 cm.
Lunam, Margaret Rae, "Letter from Margaret Rae Lunam to [John Muir], 1909 Nov 11." (1909). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 5923.
Reel 18, Image 0885
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