R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson


John Muir


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J. M. soon? Miss Scidmore tells me that the climate is fine up there until November. Would it not be possible for you to postpone your departure until the middle of July and come East first and pay us a visit? It would give me a great deal of pleasure to see you again, and your friends here are always inquiring about you. Only recently Professor Osborne, John Burroughs, Mrs. Barney and Mrs. Fields have asked me when you were coming. It would give Tesla great pleasure to see you too.Always sincerely yours,R. U. JohnsonTell Mr. Muir that among our friends are [illegible] and his pupil [illegible]. We had a delightful evening with them recently.02088


New York

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Original letter dimensions: 27 x 21 cm.

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