Walter H. Page
EDITORIAL OFFICE OFThe Atlantic Monthly,BOSTON.September 29, 1897.Dear [illegible]:Having heard that Professor Sargent is home again (though I have not had the pleasure to see him), I assume that you, too, have come back from the wilderness, and perhaps are good enough to be at work on articles for the Atlantic. I am now trying to put together the best material that I have in hand or that is in sight for the December Atlantic. Manuscripts for this number ought not to be received much later than the middle of October. I wonder if we may not then have the pleasure of publishing a paper by you about some of the national parks?And about the book?Very sincerely yours,[illegible]John Muir, Esq.02342
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