Good luck to your grand outing.Saw Pres. Taft again at Yale when I was getting high honors, and of course warned him again on the Hetch HetchyIf you should be in need of money in haste before I get back borrow a hundred dollars for me from yourself or draw on T.R. Hanna and tell him to charge to my account with him.Faithfully,John Muir[ca 1 Jul 1911]N. Y.c/o Professor H.F. Osborn.Dear Mr Colby,Here are a few more candidates for membership in Sierra Club. Proposed by John MuirMiss Grace C. Curtice30 North Goodman StreetRochester, N. Y.Miss Margarita A. Ely30 North Goodman Street,Rochester, N. Y.Mrs Schuyler Davis7 Livingston ParkRochester N. Y.
Garrisons on Hudson, N. Y.
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Muir, John, "Letter from John Muir to [William] Colby, [ca. 1911 Jul 1]." (1911). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6127.
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