[Robert Underwood] Johnson
Victoria Falls, & the magnificent glacial rock scenery of southern Rhodesia.From Mombasa I intend to make a short trip into the Nyanza lake region then start home via Suez, Naples, & N. Y.With kindest regards to Mrs. Johnson [Owens?] & Agnes & the Century folk I am everfaithfully yoursJohn Muir111Noted Abbott[letterhead]On the WindhukNear ZanzibarFeb. 4, 1912Dear Mr Johnson:I hope you had a good restful time in Europe & returned rejoicing to your Century work.I've had a grand trip in S. America & S. Africa finding far more than I was looking for. Indeed it seems to me that the time spent on this pair of hot continents has been the most fruitful of my life.I'm, now on my way to Mombasa from Beira, after a glorious trip to the Baobab forests of the Zambesi. The
Near Zanzibar [E. Africa]
1912 Feb 4
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Muir, John, "Letter from John Muir to [Robert Underwood] Johnson, 1912 Feb 4." (1912). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6221.
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