Louie Strentzel Muir
San Francisco, Cal, August 12, 1877 Mrs. J Muir Dear friend Having come to the conclusion, that our proposed visit to you on next Sunday would, on account of Mrs. J. Strentzel’s illness, create too much trouble to you, we decided to put off the pleasure of visiting our friends of the Alhambra to a more favorable opportunity. Mrs. Modjeska’s health has been considerably benefitted during her present stay at my house by the cool climate of San Francisco and the seabathing at Sutro’s. They intend to leave this city at the end of this month. We hope that Mrs Strentzel will soon regain her good health under the tender care which surrounds her. With best wishes and love to you all I remain respectfully your obedient servant and friend. C. Biclauski
San Francisco, CA
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Biclauski, C., "Letter from C. Biclauski to Mrs. Muir [Louie Strentzel Muir], 1877 Aug 12" (1877). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6709.
1877 Aug 12 E Biclauski to Mrs J Muir
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