Walter H. Page
THE WORLD'S WORKDOUBLE DAY, PAGE & COMPANY PUBLISHERS133-137 EAST SIXTEENTH STREET, NEW YORKWALTER H.PAGE.EDITORFebruary 6, 1909.My dear Mr. Muir:I hear, in a curious way, that you have actually gone to work on your biography. All right! What shall we pay you as an installment for as much of it as we can use in the WORLD'S WORK? Two hundred dollars an article? And what shall we pay you for the book? Fifteen percent. royalty on the retail price on the first ten thousand copies, and 20% on all sold thereafter?Believe me,Always heartily yours,[illegible]To John Muir, Esq.,Martinez. California.04427
1909 Feb 6
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