Mrs. John Gill Lemon
Louie Strentzel Muir
(3) It [grows] regions a foot and one [ ] and studied the Sequoias, pines, firs etc. And on one of the trips my comrade husband discovered a fine new lily. A species not-here-before reported. It was a good find in its sunny mountain home. We hear that the big, perfect crowned Sequoia in Rob Roy Canon is not to be cut down. This will be good [word] news to your Father. I am sure, if he has not already heard of it. With best wishes always Yours Truly Mrs John Gill Lemmon
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Lemon, Mrs. John Gill, "Letter from Mrs. John Gill Lemmon to Mrs. Muir [Louie Strenzel Muir]" (1900). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 6775.
No date from Mrs John Jill Lemmon
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