speeches, dinners, luncheons, functions etc in strenuous dizzying succession.Am now on my way to Boston about books etc. Will return to New York in a few days & hope to finish a Yosemite book before sailing to the other America.My address up to the middle of June will be No 1, East sixtyninth St. New York.I'm eager to know how you all three prosper Darling Jean! how lovely she must beRochester N. Y.May 14, 1911Dear Mr. & Mrs KelloggI was very anxious to visit you last month on my way from Los Angeles to San Francisco but time & fate prevented.I left S. F. for New York April 20th. Have been in Washington more than a week on Yosemite Park affairs. Had great busy tumutuous times there
I have the charming mother & child picture taken by the father among the few precious things that are to go with me however far & longI heard in Washington that Professor [Brauner?] had gone south. Maybe I'll see him though hardly possible.Write me all about Darling Jean & thus dear friends cheer your faithful and affectionate John Muir
Rochester, N. Y.
1911 May 14
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Muir, John, "Letter from John Muir to Kellogg [family], 1911 May 14." (1911). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6080.
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