THEOUTING MAGAZINEEdited byCASPAR WHITNEY Dictated W. April 29, 1907. 35 AND 37 W. 31ST STREETNEW YORKMy dear Sir: I wonder if I can induce you to write something for "The Outing Magazine". I have made one or two attempts, but unfortunately with no success. Very truly yours, [illegible]John Muir, Esq., Martimez, Contra Costa Co., Cal. Printing and Manufacturing Plant, and Subscription Offices at Deposit, N. Y. 
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