John Nicholas Brown
01457September 3rd 1890.Professor John Muir:My dear Sir:Although a stranger to you and to the state of California, I take the liberty of thanking you for the articles from your pen in the Century Magazine, showing the people of this country what priceless treasures of Nature they possess and how ruthlessly they are being
Newport, R[hode] I[sland]
1890 Sep 3
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