in showing Mr. Burroughs the beautiful woods named after your good self! Also, one or two taken the day spent at Mr. Luther Burbank's and two of Mr. Burroughs and Charlie Keeler at his studio in Claremont. You may enjoy them!2033 Berryman St. BerkeleyMy dear Mr. Muir:-I am sending you enclosed with this little note, a few snapshot photographs that I took of some very dear friends of yours, the day we [spent?]04384 We have spoken so often of the beautiful day we spent at your lovely home - every one did have such a good time that memorable day! And my little girl of the little tin bucket fame wishes me to thank you a thousand times over again for that 'wee' but very valuable inn and she treasures it beyond words.W should love to come your way again with Charlie if we may in the very near future. Perhaps one Sunday.Hoping this may reach you safely and with kindest regards in which Mr. Simonds joins me, believe me to be Very sincerely yoursEdith Simonds(Mrs Ray Simonds.)
Original letter dimensions: 13 x 19.5 cm.
Simonds, Edith, "Letter from Edith Simonds to John Muir, [ca. 1909 ?]." (1909). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 5977.
Reel 18, Image 1039
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