W[illiam] B[elmont] Parker
PUBLISHING DEPARTMENTTHE BAKER & TAYLOR CO.33-37 E. 17TH ST. NEW YORK.May 31st, 1910Mr. John Muir,Martinez, Cal.My dear Mr. Muir,My friend, Mr. Thomas Price, who, as you will remember from an earlier letter, is now living next door to me, tells me that you are considering, or have considered, taking the animal stories out of your autobiography and making a separate book of them. If you were to do so and should feel disposed to let me see that book, I should be greatly obliged for an opportunity to consider publishing it.Yours faithfully,[illegible]08537
1910 May 31
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