R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson


John Muir


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J. M. 2.He is coining money at the lecture business - sometimes giving two lectures a day, and will soon be able to retire to a California ranch, having busted up all the leading magazines meantime. Are you not coming East this summer? If so, I hope I shall be here when you come. Mr. Gilder is not expected back until the first of July.Yours faithfully,R. U. JohnsonAssociate Editor.


New York

Date Original

1900 Mar 13


Original letter dimensions: 27 x 21 cm.

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Reel 11, Image 0161

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