of leaves. If you would prepare an article that could be brought out in pamphlet form in the manner of the one I am sending you, I would most thankfully have it published by the Missouri Audubon Society and place copies of it in the hands of all the Audubon Societies and of the American Ornithologists Union for distribution. I realize how much I am asking of one so distinguished, but it is because you can move people as no one else can, and your name would have more weight than others - and my vital interest in the work will have to answer as an excuse for my temerity.306 N. 9th St.St. Joseph, MissouriSaturday, February 18th, 1905Mr. John Muir: Dear Sir:I have just finished reading to my mother, who is an invalid, your exquisite book in defence of, or appeal for, the trees of our country, and as a patron of the Audubon Society of Missouri, I am making bold to suggest, or beg, that in your moments of leisure, if you have any such, you would write something in behalf of feathers as y ou have03521
St. Joseph, Mo.
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