T[heodore] P. Lukens
do a great deal of good. no one man in the world cane place the forests claims before them so clear and forceably as your own dear self. no one knows as well as you the value of our Forests. that their use for lumber is but a small part of the value.I am very sory there has been no meeting of the Sierra Club. I was anxious to attend. and here lots of these things, discussed.Mrs Lukens & I have been quite sick for two weeks just going around a little. I am trying hard to get out of business & spend the rest of my days in the mountainsWe all including little Lottie send love Kindest regards to you and familySincerely YoursT. P. Lukens
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