Cha[rle]s F. Lummis
"I always read it, for 1 am heartily in sympathy with so many of the things for which it works."—President Roosevelt.FORMERLY "THE LAND OF SUNSHINE"THE NATION BACK OF US, THE WORLD IN FRONTOUT WESTA MAGAZINE OFTHE OLD PACIFIC AND THE NEWEDITED BY CHAS. F. LUMMIS"A magazine wholly unlike any other published anywhere…. The best there is in periodical literature on the Pacific Coast….. Ability and individuality powerful enough and original enough to give distinction to any periodical.... A voice listened to with respect and interest in all parts of the country." —The Dial." Its lively independence and its genuine learning. ... A steady evenness of worth and interest." —The Nation.Editor's OfficeLos Antfel» Cal. March 25th 1903Dear Muir:Wm. Lloyd Garrison is, I think, just starting North, judging by a farewell letter I had from him this morning. I don't know his plans now, as he is unexpectedly hurried; but I have just written him that if it is possible when he is North I want him and you to encounter. It will be a joy on both sides; and by reflection a great pleasure to me to have two so he men come together. So, if he can set a date for meeting you at Keith's, do keep it,I wish there was sane earthly use in
1903 Mar 25
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