L[iberty] H[yde] Bailey
[letterhead]July 10Mr John Muir,Martinez.My Dear Sir:I hope you will pardon the liberty I take if I ask you if I may have a very brief interview with you. For many years I have been one of your admirers, and now I desire to ask for a contribution to a new Eastern high-class magazine of which I have been asked to be Editor. For the summer I am giving instruction in nature-study in the University here. I should be glad to run down to Martinez over one train or to meet you in the city, in case you02875
1901 Jul 10
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