The Editors [of Atlantic Monthly]
June 13, 1901.Dear Mr. Muir,We have received the Sequoia article and also the corrected and numbered articles for the book.We take for granted from the numbering that the Sequoia article is to form chapter nine of the book. Mr. Parker, who has conducted most of the correspondence with you in regard to the book is in Chicago this week, but he will send you a line immediately upon his return.Thanking you for the Atlantic paper, which we shall endeavor to use as soon as possible, we areVery cordially yours,[illegible]Mr. John Muir.
1901 Jun 13
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