Walter H. Page
EDITORIAL OFFICE OFThe Atlantic Monthly,BOSTON.May 26, 1899.Dear Mr, Muir,It is a great pleasure to have your telegram saying that your article on the Yosemite Park has today been sent. You have no idea of how hearty the welcome for it will be---heartier than anything else except the welcome that we shall give you when you come again. I hope that you will follow this along as promptly as possible with other articles and let us have the book ready within a very little while after the other papers have appeared in the magazine.Very truly yours,Walter H.PageMr. John Muir.02583
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