[letterhead]June 26thDear Mr MuirYour joyous letter gave me pleasant assurances of your having [illegible] the ordeal with becoming dignity & allowed05052
yourself T. succumb to the inspiration & exhileration of Yale. How can you settle down to the tyranny of your pen now!Think of us as on the Sultana
this week both on the Hudson & the Sound following the College boat races with a party of enthusiastic young people. I hope Saturday Evening will find us safely "at home" again.If you do not fancy the ideas of spending a "lone Fourth" in town we will welcome you here.Always with best wishes yoursSincerelyMary W. Harriman
Arden, N. Y.
Original letter dimensions: 15 x 25.5 cm.
Harriman, Mary, "Letter from Mary Harriman to John Muir,  Jun 26." (1911). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6116.
Reel 20, Image 0414
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