C[harles] K[endall] Adams
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSINMADISONOFFICE OF THE PRESIDENTSeptember 22nd, 1897.Mr. John Muir, LL. D.,Martinez, California.My dear Dr. Muir:On my return after an absence of some weeks I find upon my table your letter of July 8th. Though it does not seem to require an answer, I cannot deny myself the pleasure of informing you that it was received and that it gave me great satisfaction. We at this University are proud of the work you have done and are still doing, and we shall continue to watch with interest whatever of your writings comes under our attention. I shall take pleasure in presenting the substance of your communication to Regents and Faculty.Hoping that we may from time to time have the pleasure of welcoming you here, I amVery truly and heartily yours,[illegible]02341
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