[in margin: Anyhow use your own judgement in the weather.I like the appearance of the book very much. The illustrations are wonderfully well done. Faithfully yours John Muir][letterhead]March 17,1913.Dear Mr. Muir:We herewith enclose a letter from George Wharton James, which explains itself.Will you kindly let us know whether or not you wish us to comply with his request?Yours very trulyHoughton Mifflin CompanyRoger PierceMr. John Muir,Martinez, Calif.RP/SEnc.Dear Mr Pierce,I dont mind Mr James reviewing my Boyhood in out West. But I dont approve of his plan for a 16 page article He has already written a 22 page article on J.M. in "The Craftsman" made up of quotations from my books, private letters, & fiction, without a word of[in margin: permission from me. Here is a fine sample page.]
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