R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
J.M.2.you are in 'Frisco, and see if the thing cannot be pushed along? It is not necessary that we should have very many pictures,- five or six will perhaps be enough to give a comprehensive view of the Canon.Meanwhile, will you not send me a description of the town-ship lines (see the Land Office map) of the best limits for a park in the region. The sooner this is done, the easier it will be to get the Secretary of the Interior to suspend entries in that region.The Secretary of the Interior tells me that Warner has written him that the Yosemite is all right. I have already given the Secretary the addresses of Mackenzie, Robinson, Armes and yourself.Very Sincerely Yours,R.N. Johnson.I have had a talk with [illegible]. we shall not take the [illegible] by side issues. [illegible] seems of unique interest. Don't let your ink [illegible]0/405
...Union Sqare, New York
1890 Oct 15
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