Louie Strentzel Muir
Emily D. Wilson
January 28th 1902 Dear Mrs Muir. The loveliest cherries came to us today I ever saw and we thank you very much for so kindly and [beautifully] remember the invalid whose eyes brightened at the mere sight of the beauties. The delicious flavor we have been enjoying by spells all day and I have earned a few [chat] my husband may have a relish later of which he is very fond. I hope sometime we may meet in person, and please come see us if you ever come to Oakland. Doctor joins with me I thanks and kind wishes . Sincerely Emily D. Wilson 593 Sycamore St. Oakland.
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Wilson, Emily D., "Letter from Emily D. Wilson to Mrs. Muir [Louie Strentzel Muir], 1902 Jun 28" (1902). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6753.
1902 Jun 28 Emily D Wilson to Mrs Muir
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