R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
J. M. 2.February for three or four months, I am going to make a special appeal to you to write an article on the lines that I have indicated above. With all the popular attention that is attracted to Alaska it seems as if The Century ought to be able to get out of its friend Muir something of importance and value. How is the accepted time, for in a couple of months spring will be stirring your blood with the instinct of travel.Please remember rne very warmly to Mrs. Muir, and believe that you are not infrequently in my friendly thoughts.Faithfully yours,R.K.JohnsonAssociate EditorTesla is [illegible]Mr. John Muir,Martinez, California.
1900 Jan 29
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