Cornelius B. Bradley
[letterhead]Berkeley, Cal., Nov. 22, 1897.My dear Mr. Muir,I have had to send that bibliography to the printer as it was, without the information I hoped to get from you. But there will be a chance to amend it in the proof. I am writing just now, however, to ask if you can furnish me volume and page of that article on Linnaeus in the World's Best Literature or otherwise locate it. If you can, please don't fail to let me know. I cannot get hold of the publication anywhere; short of sending east and there isn't time for that. I have been able to add three or four titles to your list. Sincerely yoursCornelius R. Bradley.02362[letterhead]Post Scriptum. - Tuesday noon.Yours of the 21st has reached me. Thank you for the two new titles from the Senate Executive Documents. I have just looked them up. I wish you could give me the number of Sun [News?] papers you actually have on your file and some little indication of the subject touched upon--especially one or two of the sub-titles indicated in the body of the letter by the editor. I am in earnest to hunt down everything that can be found.Sincerely yours.Cornelius R. Bradley.02362
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