Geo[rge] H. Warner
CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER,
Editor-in-CheifHAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE,
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GEORGE H. WARNER
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CABLE: “TITIMALO, NEW YORK.”NEW YORK,…7thMay...1897
John Muir Esq,
Dear Mr MuirI received this morning your 'Linnaeus'andam just reading it with great pleasure, I think it is just right for our purpose, and we will soon get it into type.
If on a second reading I see any reason for shortening it I will do so, but I should not like to lose any of it.
Thank you very much for giving this the right of way and laying aside your other work.
I think you will like the books when they are all ready. They contain a great many interesting things.
Very sincerely yours
1897 May 7
Original letter dimensions: 27 x 20.5 cm.
Warner, George H., "Letter from Geo[rge] H. Warner to John Muir, 1897 May 7." (1897). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 2241.
Reel 09, Image 0865
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