Hugh R. DeHauk
Thanking you in advance I remain:Sincerely your admirer,Hugh A. De Haven.April 23, 1913.(Apr. 23, 1913)Hill SchoolPottstownPennsylvania[letterhead]John Muir:-Dear Sir:-I am making a collection of books signed by their authors, and for a long time I have been very anxious to get your signature in one of your books which I have. It is a little inconvenient to send a book so far for a signature, but you will oblige me greatly if you will but sign the enclosed card and mail it to me in the envelope which you find within.05429
1913 Apr 23
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