R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
J.M.2.have accepted the Vanderver bill as an admirable solution of the Yosemite difficulty I am rather embarrassed by his request. I am indeed already advocating the extension to your exterior lines, and unless Mackenzie shows better reasons than he has yet for opposing the bill, I shall support it.Later : I see the Times has [illegible] Mackenzie's letter [illegible] the bill from a duplicate [illegible] by him. [illegible] inclose a copy. What do you this of it?I have a letter from the associated Press (S.F.) man [illegible] that a [illegible], no other [illegible][illegible]Very faithfully Yours,R.N. Johnson.0/412
1890 Apr 14
Original letter dimensions: 27 x 21 cm.
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