REMOVAL.After March 1st the editorial and advertising departments will be moved to handsomer and more commodious quarters at 35-37 West 31st Street.The address of the manufacturing, subscription and circulation departments will be, as formerly, Deposit, New York, where the press and the binderies of The [illegible] Publishing Company are located.THEOUTING MAGAZINEEdited byCASPAR WHITNEYDictated - P239 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORKFebruary 19, 1906.My dear Sir:It gives me a great deal of pleasure to have a line from you and to know that writing for THE OUTING MAGAZINE appeals to you at least. I shall wait patiently for the time, only I hope it wont be too long. I trust your health is very well and that we shall have something in THE OUTING MAGAZINE before a great length of time.Sincerely yours,[illegible]John Muir, Esq.,Forest Hotel,Adamonia, Arizona.03696
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