[Walter H.] Page
Martinez, Cal.Apr. 13, 1900My dear Mr. Page,I've been half dead all winter with Grippe and of course the crop of copy is very poor. I hope to send in my contribution to the Burroughs book in a month or two. It will only be a small lean scrawny sketch anyhow and might well go into one of the dry solemn science volumes.Thanking you for your kind letter and heartily wishing you good luck as a publisher,I amCordially yours,JOHN MUIR02688
1900 Apr 13
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