brings to mind the three names and addresses you asked me forMrs Schuyler Davis7 Livingston ParkMiss Margarita A. Ely30 North Goodman StMiss Grace C. Curtice30 North Goodman St.[When?] we're all members of your mountain Club we'll hope for another breakfast party, not on a Lake shore but a-top of one of your
that grows in South America on which you are content to those who love you in Arden.Only yesterday you were well spoken by those who love here for Mr Burroughs was spending a day or two in Rochester said "I envy John b
[Rochester, N. Y. ?]
Original letter dimensions: 10.5 x 16.5 cm.
Averell, Betty, "Letter from [Betty Averell] to [John Muir], [ca. 1911]." (1911). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6209.
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