[Charles Sprague] Sargent
No doubt these famous little trees deserve all you are doing for them, but the space they are likely to fill in your book seems out of proportion large as compared with that occupied by their neighbors. I'm pegging away at the last of the park articles making slow progress, while lots of other work loom huge & threatening ahead. Thanks for your invitation to the spring bloom of your side of the Continent I hope the winds may blow me into it.Good luck, Ever YoursJohn Muir
1900 Nov 11
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Reel 11, Image 0441
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