Ed. S[cribner's] M[onthly] [Robert Underwood] Johnson
incloses his card introducing you and begs that you will consult with her in regard to the sketches, some of which she may be able to make. (Mr Eilder has written to Mrs. Foote by this post.) The February Num- ber of Scribner will contain a paper by Mrs. Foote on “A California Mining Camp” illustrated by herself, as well as your little [ bir?] half], with which we are more and more delighted. As regards other papers, we should like you to feel that we desire to see everything you write. The quality of your work is in keeping with the tone we are aiming to give to Scribner. We think you will have no reason to complain in the matter of compensation and other kinds of appreciation. In [underlined: haste], Sincerely yours. Ed [ S.?] M. Johnson
1877 Dec 13
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