Creator

R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson

Recipient

John Muir

Transcription

EDITORIAL-DEPARTMENT
THE CENTURY-MAGAZINE
July 28, 1899.
UNION'SQUARE-NEW-YORK

R.W. GILDER. EDITOR.

R. U. JOHNSON,
ASSOCIATE EDITOR.

C. C. BUEL,
ASSISTANT EDITOR.

Mr. John Muir,
On the Harriman Expedition,
Victoria, B C.

My dear Muir,

I have your letter from Alaska and am very sorry that I am not with you.I write you now hastily, to say that Mr. Ernest Seton Thompson, author of "Wild Animals I have Known," (whose work you doubtless know) is going to California and will present a card to you. He and his wife are very attractive and great out-door people, besides being scientific and knowing all about animals and things. I suggest that when Burroughs goes down to the Yosemite with you- as of course he will- you let the Thompsons go with you. They will arrive in San Francisco about the 25th of August.

My love to Burroughs.

Faithfully yours,

R.u,Johnson02602

Location

New York

Date Original

1899 Jul 28

Source

Original letter dimensions: 27.5 x 21 cm.

Resource Identifier

muir10_0881-let.tif

File Identifier

Reel 10, Image 0881

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