John Daniel Runkle
New York, Nov 7, 1871 My dear Sir:
I have delayed a decision concerning your articles on Yosemite because it was useless to attempt to do anything with them until after the election. Mind now that we shall have to condense them sharply in order to make them available but in the condensed form they seem more desirable. Unless I hear from you to the contrary we shall make that [ ] of them, and pay of course for what we use.
Very truly yours,
J Whitland Runkle
1871 Nov 7
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1871 Nov 7 J W Runkle to JM
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