Thos. R. Bscon
gratification to all the members of the Club, if they could hear something from you on this informal occasion.Yours very truly,Thos. R. Bacon.[in margin: Miscellaneous Sc[illegible]][letterhead]Berkeley, Cal.Aug. 16, 1894Mr. John Muir;Dear Sir;I hoped to see you last evening to ask of you in person what I now proceed to ask by letter.There is to be a "Club evening" at the University Club on the 26th. Would it be possible for you to read a paper then on such topic as you please? I know it is a great favor to ask, but perhaps you have something laid away which would serve the purpose with slight trouble to yourself.I can assure you that it would afford the greatest 01839
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