W[illiam] B[elmont] Parker
HOUGHTONMIFFLIN &COMPZNYEDITOR'SOFFICE4 PARK ST.BOSTONMay 11, 1904.Dear Mr. Muir:-It would give us very great pleasure to hear news of the books you are going to write. We hope that some one of them is approaching completion, and we shall "be glad to welcome it, whether it is the one on the Colorado Canon or on Alaska, or that other in which we have so often expressed an interest-your autobiography.We hope your visit to Siberia proved enjoyable and that on your return you will have a new zest for writing. Yours sincerely,for Houghton mifflin Co.W. B. Parker.Mr.John Muir.
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