[Robert Underwood] Johnson
Martinez, Cal. Dec. 27, 1904.93Dear Mr Johnson:May I trouble you to send me 2 more copies of the September 1897 Century. [illegible] judging by the many questions I have to answer about the Dog story it might sell well as a little book.How are you all coming on. Owen I see has written another book. Good luck to him & to you all.Yosemite recession seems promising, though Hearst's paper here is fighting it with damnable skill & energy. Here is a specimen of what appears in every days Examiner.With all good wishes for the New Year I am Ever faithfully yoursJohn Muir
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