Annie L. Muir
Portage, Wis. June 1st /93
Dear Brother John-
Thinking that this might be our last chance for a word of greeting to you, until your return. Mother was anxious that I should write this morning, just to let you know that we were all with you in heart where ever you may be. And to ask you to send us back a word now and again, as you may have oportunity – But did Mr. Keith meet you in Chicago = or are you lost in that wicked city?
Three letters from Martinez for you arrived here on the morning after you left us – And knowing that you were to go directly to the “Century” office upon your arrival in New York I forwarded them to the care of the Century Co. and I hope they have reached you ere this – Anna W[illegible]man & Company are here, renewing old acquaintances & visiting old [scenes?] – and we are all enjoying the visit – With love from us both and prayers for your protection & highest good – I am every your aff. sister
Annie L. Muir
1893 Jun 1
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 13 cm.
Muir, Annie L., "Letter from Annie L. Muir to John Muir, 1893 Jun 1." (1893). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 916.
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