J. D. Schneider
[First draft of letter, in note-took #69] (77)[Nov., 1900].Mr. W. B. Parker:I thank you for your kind letter concerning autobiography. What autobiographical material J[ohn] Burroughs referred to I don't know. I hope to get some more important matters off my hand before trying the story of my life, which contains but little of general interest. I was a skilful mountaineer, and therefore had few adventures, and my wildest climbs and scrambles were as uneventful as - - Mr. J[ohnson] of the Century Co. has been at me for a long time [letter unfinished][John Muir]02890
1900 Nov 25
Original letter dimensions: 22.5 x 14.5 cm.
Reel 11, Image 0467
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