Paul Griswold Huston
book. May we put you on record as having liked it, or is there anything that you would care to say yourself? The book is having a good sale for its first season, and a second edition is in progress, - hence the circular.It may interest you to know that "John Muir" is on my list of recommended reading which I use in my Freshman Composition, and that his work and his interpretation of wild nature have more than once been spoken of in my classes. I am trying to make them feel, among other things, the beauty of the out-of-doors, and "John Muir" is one of my means to that end.Sincerely yours,Paul Griswold Huston97 El[illegible] Street,Oberlin, Ohio,January 28, 1907.John Muir,Martinez, Cal.My dear Mr. Muir:Some time since I sent to you for your contemplation a copy of my book of [outdoor?] paper, entitled "Around an Old Homestead", the receipt of which you very pleasantly acknowledged. The publishers are now about to issue a new circular of it, and wish to include the names of a few of those who have liked the03827
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