[Henry Fairfield] Osborn
Hollywood, Cal. Oct. 12, 1912Dear Professor OsbornI'm hurrahing out here over your glorious glad news letter and sending such a flood of radium joy waves I'm sure you must feel then in New York, "All the Osborns splendidly well, especially Mrs. Osborn who is in better health and spirits than ever." All this after much good work done in Europe. Surely your good luck cup is overflowing. How I congratulate you let the joy waves tell, while I glory in the gladdest letter that ever crossed this Continent.I start home this evening, stopping at Yosemite by the way for the conference on Park affairs.We are all well. Am at work on Alaska.Yours with all my heartJohn Muir05284
1912 Oct 12
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Muir, John, "Letter from John Muir to [Henry Fairfield] Osborn, 1912 Oct 12." (1912). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6376.
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