Melville B[est] Anderson
Stanford University, 18 May, 1901.Mr John Muir,Martinez:Dear Friend:Here is a good fellow who wishes to draw you for McClure's Magazine, the owners and promoters of which are former students of mine and honorable men. I tell him that very likely you may wine at the ordeal. In the good old times they used to draw and quarter: Now most of them draw without quarter. I do not wish to be implicated in the plot, and I have warned Mr
Satanford University [Calif.]
1901 May 18
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