Arnold Hague


John Muir


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2be included, consequently The Stanislaus and San Jacinto reserves stand. I understand that both Senators White and Perkins are in favor of these reserves, as are most of the intelligent people of California who have no selfish interests in the matter.During the legislative fight Sargent, Brewer, Abbott, and Pinchot were here.I send you a copy of the report which the Commission made to the Secretary of the Interior Francis. Through one of the newspaper clipping bureaus of New York I have had sent to me a large number of the comments in regard to these forest reservations and it is astonishing what a large proportion strongly endorse the action of the President and the Commission.Very truly yours,[illigible][02255]


Washington, D.C

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