Charles Scribner's Sons
J. BLAIR SCRIBNER. CHARLES SCRINBER. CHARLES SCRIBNER’S SONS, Publishers, SUCCESSORS TO SCRIBNER, ARMSTRONG & CO., 743 & 745 Broadway. New York, 1878.John Muir Esq.Dear Sir: We have read with much in- terest your paper in the November number of [underlined: Scribners] entitled “A Wind Storm in the Forests of the Yuba”. We understand that it is the first of a [ series?] of articles that have been [ arranged?] for publication in the magazine. We wish particularly to say that shouldyou intend [illegible] bringing these papers together in a volume together with other articles that have appeared elsewhere (in “Harper’s Magazine”) we hope that you will without fail confer with us on the subject. We feel sure that you must have at your disposal an abundance of good material for a ca[illegible] book We remain very truly yours Charles Scribner’s Sons. 00767
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