R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
J. M. 5Sargent, in the garden and the Forest, (I think it is the Garden and the Forest) this week, has an article on Binger Hermann's proposition for political heelers to look after the vanishing forests of the West. It is a good piece of writing.I was most shocked to hear, some days after my return from France, of the death of our dear old friend Stiles, which occurred about the time of Dana's death. scattering it as broadcast as the other book, but I want you to have one with my name in the front of it.With kind remembrances to Mrs. Muir, and most cordial good wishes for the holidays,Faithfully yours,[illegible]P. S. Every now and then Tesla expresses regret that he had not been able to give you more attention when you were here, and asks when you are coming again. I am sending you a copy of my new book. I am not0273
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