Geo[rge] H. Warner
CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER,Editor-in-CheifHAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE,LUCIA GILBERT RUNKLE,GEORGE H. WARNERAssociate EditorsLIBRARY OF THE WORLD'S BEST LITERATURE,EDITORIAL ROOMS, 91 & 93 FIFTH AVENUE.J. A. HILL & CO., Publishers.CABLE: “TITIMALO, NEW YORK.”NEW YORK,…7thMay...1897John Muir Esq,Dear Mr MuirI received this morning your 'Linnaeus'andam just reading it with great pleasure, I think it is just right for our purpose, and we will soon get it into type.If on a second reading I see any reason for shortening it I will do so, but I should not like to lose any of it.Thank you very much for giving this the right of way and laying aside your other work.I think you will like the books when they are all ready. They contain a great many interesting things.Very sincerely yours[illegible]02284
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