B[enjamin] H. Ticknor, Jr.
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANYTHE RIVERSIDE PRESSCAMBRIDGE MASSACHUSETTSJune 26, 1909.Mr. John Muir,HartInez| Cal.Dear Mr. Muir:-We have Just published Dr. Wilfred Grenfell's account of an experience of his in Labrador, and as I think you may enjoy reading it I am sending you a copy today.It has also occurred to me that you might be interested in glancing over the enclosed circular letter, which I drew up and had sent out a couple of days ago to our entire list of the trade in this country.04534HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANYTHE RIVERSIDE PRESSCAMBRIDGE MASSACHUSETTSJ. M #2.I trust that you have been in the best of health since I had the pleasure of seeing you at Martinez. With kind regards, I amVery sincerely yours,B.H.[illegible]04534
1909 Jun 26
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