H. V. Andrews
THE COUNTRYCALENDER13ASTOR PLACE NEWYORKApril 19, 1905.Mr. John Muir, Martinez, California. Dear Sir:- We have pleasure in sending you under separate cover a copy of the first issue of our now magazine.Would you be interested to prepare for some future number of it (not too far in the future we hope) an article which might be called "The Life of a River", tracing a stream from its source in a glacier to its fall into the sea? We hope the idea will appeal to you, and if it does we promise to provide an appropriate setting of fine typography and beautiful illustration to do it justice. Very truly yours, [illegible]Managing Editor.03557
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