[Francis J. Garrison ?]
wrote you on the 12th inst. regarding certain corrections in "Our National Parks" which seemed advisable for accuracy.Yours very truly,[illegible]444July 31, 1909.John Muir, Esq.,Martinez, Cal.Dear Mr. Muir:The enclosed check for $36,39 is in payment for your proportion of the material in the volume "In American Fields and Forests" about which we recently wrote you. we are paying you at the same rate (15%) which we do on your "National Parks" for the material we used. The Reading Circle edition about which we wrote you, and which has been folly arranged for, has not yet been delivered, and so will not appear until our next semi-annual accounting six months hence.We are hoping to hear from you in a few days in reply to the letter which we
1909 Jul 31
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