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449Martinez, Cal. Marck 25, 1913Houghton Mifflin Company[in margin: 4/1/13A.P.]Dear SirsI sincerely thank you for the advance copy of my Boyood & Youth you kindly sent me, & for the eleven more copies you hold subject to my order. Please send them with my compliments to the following personsMr Thomas Price, 130 Broadway, New York.Mr Henry E Howland, 10 East Tenth St New York.Prof. Henry F. Osborn, 850 Madison Ave New York.Mrs E. H. Harriman, 1 East 69th Street New York.Dr C. Hart Merriam, 1919 Sixteenth St Washington D.C.Mrs Florence Merriam Bailey, 1834 Kalorama Road, Washington, D.C.Mr Robert B. Marshall, U.S. Geological Survey Washington D.C.Mrs David Galloway, 110 Ninth St. Pacific Grove, California.Mr J. E. Calkins, Lordsburg, CaliforniaMajor George P. Ahern, Bureau of Forestry, Manila, P.I.Dr Fredric W. Goding, United States Consul, Montevideo, Uruguay S. America.& greatly oblige yours faithfullyJohn Muir
1913 Mar 25
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