FORM 1706STANDARD5-07-120000SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANYPACIFIC SYSTEMCHAS. S. FEE, PASSENGER TRAFFIO MANAGERJAMES HORSBURGH, JR., GEN’L PASSENGER AGENTR. A. DONALDSON, ASS’T GEN’L PASSENGER AGENTH. R. JUDAH, ASS’T GEN’L PASSENGER AGENTPAUL SHOUP, ASS’T GEN’L PASSENGER AGENTNO. SSAN FRANCISCO, CAL.,June 28, 1907.Mr. John Muir,Martinez, Cal.My dear Mr Muir:Referring to our conversation about a Mountain Book, would it be possible for you to indicate now at what time you will have the copy ready? The volume of course is left to you, our only suggestion being that we want we want as much as we can getI speak of this book because I am sending out photographers to get the mountain views and as soon as they return, which will be in about six weeks, would like to be in a position to plan the book as to size, illustrations, etc.With best wishes, I amYours truly,[illegible]03885
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