[illegible]experience in arranging for serial rights with the New York as well as with the Boston magazines, and we think we could undoubtedly get you a reasonable offer.Have you, by the way, tried McClure’s Magazine? We have reason to expect that such a feature might appeal strongly to them, and they would of course handle the illustrations only and give you an exceptionally wide preliminary public. The American Magazine also strikes [illegible] being a promising field.Sincerely yours[illegible]John Muir, Esq.Enc.[illegible]
1911 Jul 18
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