Charlotte [H. Kellogg]
Kellogg[letterhead] Wednesday A.M.Dear friend.it is a sad world when you have to be kept in the big house with such a depressing companion as the nasty grippe. I do so hope you are better, now that the floods are by. We are having sharp, clear days, and so gratefully enjoying the blessed sun.05900
the Sa[illegible] - I should not have asked had I not thought you were coming.I read the play to the drama club- Josephine Peabody's "holy of g[illegible]," enjoyed it, but wished she had been able to make more of St. Francis-I do hope you are better, and come when you can.[Jean?] sends a recovery kiss.CharlotteIt was disappointing not to see you and distressing to know why you could not come.As soon as you feel able will you not come down and sit in a chair out of doors, with a book or with out one, as I go about my little tasks!Thank you for sending
Stanford Univ., Calif.
Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 28 cm.
Kellogg, Charlotte H., "Letter from Charlotte [H. Kellogg] to John Muir, [ca. 1914 ?]." (1914). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6700.
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