F[rancies] J. G[arrison]
HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY4 PARK STREET. BOSTONDec. 11, 1912John Muir, Esq.,Martinez, Calif.Dear Mr. Muir:We are sending you by this mail proof of the first five galleys in duplicate of the story of your boyhood and youth, and will ask you kindly to revise and return to us the blue pencilled set, keeping the other for yourself. We trust that you will find our divisions, chapter titles and captions satisfactory, but if not we [illegible]ll of course be glad to modify them as you think best. The remaining proofs will follow speedily, and we shall be glad to have them returned at your early convenience. Do, you care to see page proofs, or will you trust the make-up to us and rely on our careful reading?Yours very truly,Houghton Mifflin Company.[illegible]FJG/AP05317
1912 Dec 11
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