Roger L. Scaife
449May 28, 1911.John Muir, Esq.,1 East 69th Street9New York, N. Y.Dear Mr. Muir:The enclosed letter came to us today just as you receive it. Assuming that you left this morning on the ten o'clock train I am forwarding it to your New York address.We are sending, also, with our compliments, a copy of Bingham's "Across South America," hoping that it may prove of interest to you during your coming visit to that country.We were interested in reading in the paper the account of your Dinner on Saturday night, and we hope that your little visit to Boston was successful in every way.Naturally, we shall he glad to hear from you in regard to your decision about the new book, and we hope it may be our pleasure to publish it this coming Fall and that we may set about the manufacture without delay.Sincerely yours,[illegible]Enc.28
1911 May 22
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