Walter H. Page
THE WORLD'sWORKTHE NATURELIBRARYDOUBLEDAY PAGE & CO.133-135-137 EAST16W STREET, NEW YORKCOUNTRY LIFEIN AMERICATHE GARDENMAGAZINEMay 25, 1910.My dear Mr. Muir:Heartily hoping that the world is going well with you this pleasant Spring, let me inquire how the autobiography gets on? Or, to drive towards a book by you in a somewhat different direction, what about putting in formal shape some of your old newspaper sketches about the Sierras which naturally belong together?Most heartily yours,[illegible]John Muir, Esq.,c/o Mr. J. D. Hooker,325 West Adams Street,Los Angeles, California.04766
1910 May 25
Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 26 cm.
Reel 19, Image 0395
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