[letterhead]St Francis Hotel San Francisco.April 22nd 1909John Muir Esqr.My dear Sir:I do not like to leave the coast without writing you a line to say how keen is my regret at not having the pleasure of seeing you. I am to take up Mr. Perry's work on the Atlantic when he leaves us this summer and in the mean time am picking up a useful kind of04481Education wandering about the country. You are so old a friend of the magazine that I wanted very much to have a chat with you and if possible to [secure?] your help in making it continually better; but [from?] Mr. Lummis and others I hear that you are pl[illegible]ging into the Yosemite for a stay of unknown length.Hoping that some day I may
1909 Apr 22
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