Ed. S[cribner's] M[onthly] [Robert Underwood] Johnson
00763 Editorial Rooms of Scribner’s Monthly, 743 Broadway, New York. Dec. 13. 1877.Mr John Muir; Dear Sir, Your frank letter of the 4” gives us a great deal of pleasure. We hasten to reply, in hopes that this letter may reach you before you send the Ms. of the paper on Farm Life. Mrs Arthur Foote nee Miss May [ Hallah?] (the artist) is now in Santa Cruz Cal. and we are in hopes that you and she may be able to work in [ concert?] in the illus- tration of the paper. She has been living at New Almaden, Cal. and is to some extent familiar with the charactistics of your [ Scenez, Our Mr [best guess: Eilde?]
1877 Dec 13
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.
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