F[rancis] J. Garrison
449Jan. 11, 1911.John Muir, Esq.,Martinez, Cal.Dear Mr. Muir:We send herewith the first 16 pages of your ‘First Summer in the Sierras," together with the half title, title and copyright pages, and shall be grateful if you will return the set bearing the printers’ revises with your own marks, if any are necessary, as promptly as possible, as we are anxious to issue the work as early as possible in the spring. Please retain the unmarked duplicates as usual, and believe usVery truly yours,Houghton Mifflin Company.[Illegible]25
1911 Jan 11
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