[Robert Underwood] Johnson
(1)MartinezOct. 29, 1889My dear Mr Johnson - I am very sorry to learng that my dullness & stupidity has occasioned so much trouble. I have not failed however through carelessness I began that confounded letter a dozen times & could never make anything satisfactory out of it. It now lies & has lain on my table for more than a month, a scrawny orderless mass of fragments. You would have written such a letter in half
1889 Oct 29
Original letter dimensions unknown.
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