L[iberty] H[yde] Bailey
Country Lift in AmericaEDITED BY L. H. BAILEYEditor's Office, Ithaca, New YorkNov. 15, 1901Dear Mr. Muir :It is a great disappointment to me that you cannot write the article for "Country Life." I was afraid that you could not with all your many demands and the calls upon your time. However, I hope that you will bear us in mind and "when the spirit moves" that you will write something for us. We shall always be ready to receive it.I am glad to know that you were not disappointed in the first number. I hope that it will be a proper medium through which now and then men like yourself can reach the public.Yours very truly
Ithaca, N. J.
1901 Nov 15
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