R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
June 20, 1900.
R. W. GILDER, EDITOR.
R. U. JOHNSON,
C. C. BUEL,
My dear Muir:
I am glad to get a note from you, though I think I am in your debt. So far as a hard time, I am not killing myself, though Mr. Gilder is in Europe and has been away since the 10th of February, or earlier, but I should be the better if you would turn up in these parts about the 10th of July and go off to the country with me somewhere— I don't know where. That is the date of Mr. Gilder's return, when I shall go off and play for a month.
How comes on the Biography? I should like to be in Martinez so as to make you work on that.
I am glad to hear that you have recovered from your winter's illness and are ready to go up the canon.
Yours faithfully, & with kindest regards to Mrs. Muir
R. U. Johnson,
1900 Jun 20
Original letter dimensions: 27 x 21 cm.
Johnson, Robert Underwood, "Letter from R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson to John Muir, 1900 Jun 20." (1900). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 4282.
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