R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
(J. M. - 2)R. W. GILDER, EDITORR. U. JOHNSON,ASSOCIATE EDITOR.C. C. BUEL,ASSISTANT EDITOR.The other two trees, General Grant and General Sherman, have no doubt already been photographed. You see we have out out enough work to keep you busy for some time to come. We give you no excuse for wandering after strange gods.I suppose you have read the August and September papers by Mrs. Tally. We shall have another paper in the October number. I hope her book will be a success. I think it deserves to be, on account of its genuineness, its [illegible] and its unaffected human sentiment. When it comes out, I should be glad if it should strike you as justifying you in saying a good word for it.We have not yet been able to set a date for our sailing for Italy, but it is likely to be some time in October.Very sincerely yours,R. U. Johnson03051
1902 Sep 15
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