F[rancis] J. Garrison
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY4 PARK STREET BOSTONJohn Muir, Esq.,(2)so to speak, from a book without in any way impairing its sale in the regular channels, and we esteem it good business alike for the authors and ourselves when we can do this.Our Mr. Ticknor has written us of his pleasant meeting with you and Mr. Burroughs in Los Angeles, and we are now waiting to hear from him how you like the suggestion of adding Mr. Chamberlain’s material as an appendix to the new edition of “Our National Parks”, as well as the date by which we may hope to receive your revision of and additions to the new edition.With warm regard, we areVery truly yours,Houghton Mifflin Company.[illegible]04570
1909 May 14
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