[Robert Underwood] Johnson
3the perilous edge of his own glacier P.M. July 15th, 1890. This story might make an effective left wing for the book under the title, "An Adventure with a crow & a glacier" balancing true with the dog story.Well, I have a lot of notes & I'll see what can be done. In the meantime I'm trying to complete the forest book.We had a very pleasant call from the Thompsons. The deer & bear like the jungle stories are capital for young folk. I must congratulate you on the last Century It is easily the best of all the illustrated magazines this month.Good luck to you - good times good books goodbyeEver Yours TrulyJohn Muir
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