[Robert Underwood] Johnson
33Martinez, Dec 7. 1894My dear Mr. Johnson,I sent you a day or two ago a letter on the National Yosemite Park. Since then I saw the enclosed clipping which shows that Hoke Smith has been interviewed by Caminetti & favors the cutting down of the park boundaries on the North & South which will never do. The strip on the North of the park hankered for by the Camminetti bill is as fine a section of forest as exists in all the Sierra & must one no account be given up toBancroft Library
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