A. Gray Emerson BOTANIC GARDEN, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. July 8 1874.Dear Muir [Yes?], certainly, And you have no time to lose. Send the paper to H. W. Putnam, Secretary, Salem, Mass. If he does not read the paper himself, [illegible] provide for it. I will, with pleasure — Atho – as you know – I am ignorant of those matters. I spoke of you with [illegible] [Emerson?] lately E[illegible] A. Gray
Botanic Garden, Cambridge, Mass.
1874 Jul 8
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