R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
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.
1900 Mar 13
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