[Melville Best] Anderson
Martinez, July 23. 1895My dear AndersonI thank you for two fine books Bacons Essays & Paul & Virginia which arrived the other day from your publishers I shall take great pleasure reading your translation of Paul.I hope you are having a good time in the salt wind & sunshine & will be delighted to see you when I return from my saunter in the Sierra I set out in a day or twoBring Flugel with you.Ever yours trulyJohn Muir
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