Houghton Nifflin Co.
[in margin: Mr. [illegible] Please [illegible] to these. [illegible].] 449Martinez, Feb. 7, 1914Houghton Mifflin Company.Dear Sirs:Sample copy of school edition of Stickeen received. Please send the six additional copies you kindly offer to me here. And send with my compliments a copy of each of my books - The Parks, First Summer, Boyhood & Stickeen to Miss Bernice M. Brown,622 Hawthorne Avenue,Ginter Park, Richmond,Virginia.[in margin: 2/16/14 [illegible]]Charge to my acct. & obligeYours trulyJohn Muir.
1914 Feb 7
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