THEOUTING MAGAZINEEdited byCASPAR WHITNEYDictated - P239 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORKJanuary 25, 1906.My dear Sir:I am sending you the February number of THE OUTING MAGAZINE which happens to be a Pacific Coast number. I send you also a January number which better shows you the average magazine. I have wanted very much to have some papers from you in our magazine and I am writing to get in touch with you and ask if you would do something for us and whether you have any subjects in mind you feel you would like to write upon.Sincerely yours,[illegible]John Muir, Esq.,Martinez, Contra Costa Co., Cal.Printing and Manufacturing Plant, and Subscription Offices at Deposit, N. Y.03687
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