John P. Whitley
[letterhead] New York, May 22. 1881 46. E. 25th Street. New YorkDear Sir.After [illegible] your charming paper on the Bee fields of California in the June issue of the “[illegible],” I feel constrained to intrude upon your courtesy in so far as to ask whether you can make an appointment [illegible] the day or in the evening to meet me at my house 46. East 25th St. or else where as I am about leaving with some friendsfor California in a week and I should be exceedingly gratified at an opportunity of conversing with you, previous to our departure.I am, yours faithfully John R [Whitley?]. John Muir Esq01070
1882 May 22
Original letter dimensions: 22 x 28.5 cm.
Reel 04, Image 0844
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