R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
J.M.2.quoting this to President Cleveland as an evidence of the popular interest felt in this subject.Mr. Gildeir desires me to say to you that he regrets very much not to be able to find a place for your article on Californian Agriculture, which, interesting as it is, does not quite hit our mark. May we not try to use it as part of the syndicate series? The fact is, I forgot to tell you that before it came to us we had committed ourselves to a similar article from Mr. Smythe, the irrigationist, which is to be a chapter in his book which The Century Co. is to publish, and we felt under obligation to give [illegible] variety to that [illegible]I keep the article until I hear from you.[illegible]Yours faithfylly,R. u. JohnsonPlease [illegible]02174
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