William H. Rideing
graph will be paid by [illegible] Appleton on delivery. Thanking you in advance for your kindness. I am
Yours Sincerely, William H. [Riding?].
Youth’s Companion. Boston. August 29, 82.
My dear Sir: -
I have taken the liberty of using some [illegible] from [an?] article on Mountain Sheep in a book of mine which the [illegible – Appleton are about to publish, giving you full credit, of course,
for the paragraphs used. I wrote to you several weeks ago to obtain your permission, but have not heard from you. The Century Co. are quite willing that I should use the [matter refered to?], but we should like to have your
permission also and have no doubt that you will grant it. Will you kindly telegraph to [illegible]. [illegible] [c/o?] [D.?] Appleton [&?] Co. 5 [Bond?] St. N.Y. City [illegible] your willingness to let us use the paragraphs referred to? The cost of the tele-
1882 Aug 29
Original letter dimensions: 20.5 x 24.5 cm.
Rideing, William H., "Letter from William H. Rideing to John Muir, 1882 Aug 29." (1882). John Muir Correspondence (PDFs). 716.
Reel 04, Image 0896
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