Ray Stannard Baker
The American ogazineConducted byJeSn S. Phillips341 fifth AvenueNew YorkThe Phillips Publishing CompanyJune 23rd, 1909Mr. John Muir,Hart tries, Calif.My dear Mr. Muir:It was really a groat pleasure to have your letter of the 7th, even though you can't at present see your way to letting us have any of your writings. I wish that the time night come when you could.Thero is indeed nothing I should more enjoy doing than to make a trip with your Sierra Club,and catch glimpses of the mountains through your eyea. If I were only free, I should certainly go out and join you. Another year I may be able to do it.With sinoer regards, I am,Very sincerely yours,[illegible]04531
1909 Jun 23
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