Henry Fairfield Osborn
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORYNEW YORKOFFICE OFTHE PRESIDENTFOR THE PEOPLE FOR EDUCATION FOR SCIENCE4 December, 1912My dear Mr. Muir:We have all been reading with delight the first article in the November Atlantic and are looking for the second instalment in the December number. You had so many misgivings about the interest in these articles that I am sure you will be delighted to know that we all enjoyed it vastly, and I have heard many outsiders express the same opinion.We all continue well and happy and send you our Thanksgiving greetings and love.Always faithfully yours,[illegible]Mr. John Muir.05312
1912 Dec 4
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