R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
327 LEXINGTON AVENUENEW YORKFebruary 5. 1914.Dear Muir:I thank you heartily for your lovely letter just received.I'm sorry you've been ill, and I cant bear to think of you all alone in that big house when you are not well. But its good news that you are better.We are going to have a fine meeting of the Academy here November 18 - 21 next. I hope you can come to it.Col. Harvey prints in the February N. A. Review the Phelan side of the Hetch Hetchy controversy. I've told him he didn't know what05700
1914 Feb 5
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