Mary Barr Munroe


John Muir


[in margin: 331]"The [illegible]bs"Dear Mr. MuirNo one was ever more delighted at receiving a remembrance than I was when I found your promised book among my mail one morning just before Christmas thank you and I do not believe that anyone ever enjoyed a talk with you more than I did, not even Professor Sargent himself.You made me, again04376 proud of being a Scotch woman but of that I am proud everyday. How I should delight to seeing you again, I hope I shall.Mr Munroe wishes to be remembered most kindly as I do, and believe me John Muiryour sincerefriend and admirerMary Barr MunroeCocoanut GroveFall CoFlorida P.O. Box 178.


Cocoanut Grove, Fla.


Original letter dimensions: 17.5 x 22.5 cm.

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Reel 18, Image 1031

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