C[harles] W[alter] Carruth


John Muir


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of the local weeklies and then slowly spread my name so that it might be known to the remotest bounds of the county, and so on, but I began writing so late in life that I was ashamed to begin in that way. If you would care to send a booklet to R. Underwood Johnson, I should be pleased. Perhaps he might give the sonnets a more careful reading coming through you.With your permission I would like to print 25 copies extra of the Sequoia article to send to friends.With best regards to yourself and Mrs. Muir,Yours, with lots of adjectivesC. W. Carruth01769


Oakland, Calif.

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Original letter dimensions: 23.5 x 15 cm.

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