answer as you are now able to give us as to the time when all the papers may be expected here. I amVery sincerely yours, [illegible] PerryMr. John Muir. September 7, 1899. My dear Mr. Muir, Among the memoranda left for me by Mr. Walter H. Page, the retiring Editor of the Atlantic, I note with very great pleasure your promise to contribute three more articles, one to be on ”Trees, Shrubs, Gardens etc., of the Yosemite”, one on "The Lakes, Streams, Canons, etc., etc.”of the same region, and one on the "Sequoia National Park". I write now simply to express our pleasurable anticipation in being able to print these contributions from you, and to ask if the next article has not sufficiently progressed to allow you to inform us when we may expect to see it. We wish to announce this group of articles among the leading features of the magazine for 1900, and I should appreciate very much as definite an02618
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