Louie Strentzel Muir
San Francisco May 4. 1904. My Dear Mrs. Muir; A few days ago we received proof of your kindness for which I’ve all thank you most heartily. The fruit is so sweet and delicate in flavor, that it is quite a rare treat to us who are enjoying it immensely. Although we feel happy to be remembered by you in any way; yet we would be delighted to see you occasionally. Of course, the winter has been very miserable so I imagine you disliked to leave home. I hope yourself and family are well. I have not heard of Mr. Muir’s return home yet. What a pity yourself and the girls could not have accompanied him in his travels, and surely he could enjoyed it much more. Our mutual friend Captain Biclauski is very well considering his age, eighty nine the fourth of March last. On the first of March our Thaddeus was operated on for a very serious case of appendicitis; which kept him in the hospital for six weeks. He’s home now and, thank God, convalescing bravely. The Dr. and boys wish to be kindly remembered to yourself and family. With best love yours sincerely. Ellen Laubricki 1119 [On the first of March our Thaddeus was operated on for a very serious case of appendicitis; which kept him in the hospital for six weeks. He’s home now and, thank God, convalescing bravely. The Dr. and boys wish to be kindly remembered to yourself and family. With best love yours sincerely. Ellen Pawlicki 1119 Van Ness Ave
San Francisco, CA
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Pawlicki, Ellen, "Letter from Ellen Pawlicki to Mrs. Muir [Louie Strentzel muir], 1904 May 24" (1904). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6765.
1904 May 24 Ellen Pawlicki to Louie
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