[in margin: Harrington-Putnam Miscelaneous]the Amazon, our hopes are that you will return via New York, and again give us the pleasure of an evening talk about your most recent studies of trees and mountains.Yours sincerely,Harrington PutnamJohn Muir EsquireHuntington Long IslandJuly 2d 1911My dear Mr. Muir:My court work has lasted up till yesterday, and on Monday I am leaving for Longnure Springs at Mount Rainier, breaking the trip for a couple of days in Montana. I regret I have been unable to see you since our dinner on the 17th, which has left most agreeable memories with us all.While our best wishes attend you on your journey to the Andean summits and the sources of05064
Harrington, L. I.
1911 Jul 2
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