[C. Hart] Merriam
Martinez, June 12,1909.My dear Merriam,I sent the ice M.S. today to Doubleday Page & Co. direct fearing you might be away in the field on summer work. The article is short-3000 words or so - I hope you will see the proof.Grippe has only lately left me and I am so far behind with work promised Houghton Mifflin I don't know when I will be able to get into the wilderness this year.Good luck to you -Faithfully yours,JOHN MUIR02653
1900 Jun 12
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