[Robert Underwood] Johnson
[in margin: R U J convservation [in circle: 69]]Martinez Feb 6, 1900My dear Johnson,I wish I could write you those Alaska things for the summer coming. I still have three articles on parks to write for the Atlantic & am on Yosemite Valley for the Encyclopaedia Brittanica all promised for spring & on account of numberless interruptions I make miserably slow progress - I'll write the Aurora etc. as soon as possible. I should think Burroughs could give you at least five or six articles - the more the better for everybody The trouble is he is not quite free. Don't work too hard - Ever yoursJohn Muir
1900 Feb 6
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