[Robert Underwood] Johnson
the lumbermen. On the contrary we want a continuous reserve northward to Mt. Shasta from the north boundary of the park. The South Western sections also are fine timberland & must not be given up. You must see Hoke Smith and set him right on this matter--orientate him. It is wonderful how good a showing can be made by servants of the devil for a thing purely damnably bad.Ever yoursJohn Muir
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