Frank H. Scott
THE CENTURY CO.UNION SQUARE, NEW YORKJanuary 2, 1903.John Muir, Esq,Martinez, California.My dear Mr. Muir:Mr. Johnson has from time to time shown me your letters about your proposed book on the Yosemite, and we are all of us much interested in the prospect of publishing another volume by you. Johnson, as you know,.will be absent in Europe for the next few months, and I would be glad if you would write me just how the matter is shaping itself, either in your mind or in the manuscript, and how soon you think it would be safe to arrange for its publication We are now making up our lists for the present year, and it would give us great pleasure if we could include this volume. Very sincerely yours[illegible] 
1903 Jan 2
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