R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
July 23, 1912ROBERT UNDERWOOD JOHNSON,EDITOR.CLARENCE CLOUGH BUELASSOCIATE EDITOR.CABLE ADDRESS:"CENTURY, NEWYORK."My dear Muir:I forgot in my last letter to you toask you to lend us any photographs of the Amazon which you may happen to have. I think you said you had some of the river, as well as of the Victoria Falls. Please send both.I am daily expecting a note from you in reply to my Letter of July 9; so that I may rest easy in my vacation with the assurance that you are going to write those two articles.Faithfully yours,R. U. JohnsonMr. John Muir ,Martinez, Cal.You saw that the San Francisco Crawl did publish my letter.05224
1912 Jul 23
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