T. Brook White
interested in the subject.One extract from your Mountains of California has already been quoted and will reach the President's eye. But I venture to ask knowing your warm interest in the matter that you will address a communication to the President setting forth your views on the subject and reasons for the protection of the Reserve. Or in case you feel any delicacy in addressing the President personally a letter addressed to Judge Bellinger or to me will reach him (through the Judge) with equal certainty.I am not certain whether you were ever officially notified of your election at the first annual meeting of the Mazamas as the first Honorary member of the Society. If not it was due to the change of Secretaries and
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