Walter H. Page
EDITORIAL OFFICE OFThe Atlantic Monthly,BOSTON.February 19, 1898.Dear Mr. Muir,It was a very great pleasure to receive your telegram yesterday morning saying that the articles on the Yellowstone Park is on its way to us. If it have no accident in transit, it will reach us in the time to appear in the April Atlantic in which room shall be made for it with pleasure.I have just bee[illegible] exceedingly interesting time with Mr. [illegible], who is spending a few days in this neighbourhood. Among the many subjects of his talk you have played a very interesting part.With Sincere thanks,Very truly yours,Walter [illegible]Mr. John Muir.02402
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