J[ames] L[ouis] Gillis
J. L. GILLIS, LIBRARIAN M. J. FERGUSON, ASSISTANTCALIFORNIA STATE LIBRARYSACRAMENTOTRUSTEESA. H. HEWITT, President, Yuba CityCHARLES S. GREENE OAKLANDBRADNER W. LEE LOS ANGELESALLEN B. LEMMON SANTA ROSAR. M. RICHARDSON SACRAMENTOAnril 1,1913.John Muir,Martinez, Calif. Dear Sir:-We have read with much interest of your new book wThe story of my boyhood and youth". We would greatly appreciate an autograph copy of this book for preservation as it will be of great interest and value to future students, and those interested in the biographies of our most prominent Californians.Sincerely yours,State Librarian.EG/GKADDRESS ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO THE STATE LIBRARIAN, SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA
1913 Apr 1
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