New York43 and 45 East Nineteenth StreetFebruary 27, 1907.Mr. John Muir, Martinez, Cal.My Dear Mr. Muir:-I acknowledge receipt of your letter of February 11th. Naturally I am sorry that ay suggestion has come at a tine when you do not fool prepared to make a decision. You mention in this letter that you have thought of publishing it separately as a booklet. This is exactly the proposal that we are making and should you decide to do so at any tine I trust that you will remember our application.In point of fact I am extremely anxious to have the privilege of publishing it. I hare enjoyed the sketch personally very much and it works so perfectly into our plans for the series of Western Classics that I consider it will be of particular value to no at the present tine. If by any chance the amount that I mentioned does not moot with your views I would be very happy indeed to double it for the privilege.I know you will not misunderstand my frankness or feel that I am over urgent . I feel that I can express your sketch in a creditable form and that it will be of service to us in advancing the early period of our publishing enterprise in New York.[illegible]Very truly yours,P.E./S.OVER.03838
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