Geo. H. Warner
CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER,
HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE.
LUCIA GILBERT RUNKLE,
GEORGE H. WARNER,
LIBRARY OF THE WORLD'S BEST LITERATURE,
EDITORIAL ROOMS, 91 & 93 FIFTH AVENUE.
J. A. HILL & CO., Publishers.
CABLE: "TITIMALO, NEW YORK."
NEW YORK, April 8th, 1897
John Muir Esq.
Dear Mr. Muir:-
Since I wrote you last we have been making pretty steady progress in the printing office, and shall be up to the letter L before we know it. I wish you would let me have that little paper on Linnaeus as soon as you can. We want to get it in hand, and get the extracts made to go with the article.
I had an interview the other day with your friend, Hamlin Garland, who is especially enthusiastic about you, -- just as we all are who have heard you talk.
Very sincerely yours,
1897 Apr 8
Original letter dimensions: 27 x 20.5 cm.
Warner, George H., "Letter from Geo. H. Warner to John Muir, 1897 Apr 8." (1897). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 2227.
Reel 09, Image 0827
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