R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
October 31, 1906.R.W. GILDER, EDITOR.R.U. JOHNSONASSOCIATE EDITORC.C. BUEL.ASSISTANT EDITORMy dear Muir:Mr. George R. King, 41 North Beacon Street, Brighton, Boston, was in this morning with photographs of petrified forests and, on the understanding that you are to write us an article on that subject, as we hope you still mean to do, we have asked him to send you certain photographs which we have selected from his set as being, on the whole, the best and most comprehensive presentation of the subject pictorially. Of course we cannot use a large number of pictures. I should be glad to learn that your pen has already dipped into you ink-bottle on this article, which need not be a long one, by the way.I am glad to hear from Mr. King that your Helen's health is much improved.Now, another matter. I have just had a letter from W.S. Harwood of Los Gatos telling me about letters to a friend which are in the possession of George Wharton James and asking me what rights Mr. James has in them. As a copyright sharp I have told him that if the letters were bequeathed03770
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