W[illiam] B[elmost] Parker
July 9,1901.Dear Mr.Muir,It has been suggested to us that a map of the four park [illegible] Would it be possible for you to take a map and mark in red or black ink the trails you have followed and which you have described in the chapters?We are still puzzling over the problem of illustration, but shall, I hope,reach a satisfactory conclusion in the matter very shortly.Yours sincerely,n.b.parker.Mr. John Muir.
1901 Jul 9
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