R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
EDITORIAL-DEPARTMENT THE CENTURY-MAGAZINE July 28, 1899.UNION'SQUARE-NEW-YORKR.W. GILDER. EDITOR.R. U. JOHNSON,ASSOCIATE EDITOR.C. C. BUEL,ASSISTANT EDITOR.Mr. John Muir,On the Harriman Expedition,Victoria, B C.My dear Muir,I have your letter from Alaska and am very sorry that I am not with you.I write you now hastily, to say that Mr. Ernest Seton Thompson, author of "Wild Animals I have Known," (whose work you doubtless know) is going to California and will present a card to you. He and his wife are very attractive and great out-door people, besides being scientific and knowing all about animals and things. I suggest that when Burroughs goes down to the Yosemite with you- as of course he will- you let the Thompsons go with you. They will arrive in San Francisco about the 25th of August.My love to Burroughs.Faithfully yours,R.u,Johnson02602
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