Geo[rge] G. Mackenzie
R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
is outrageous. It will make a pretty showing if we can get a Congressional investigation. The stable business there is one of the biggest little things of which I have ever known, and the concern ought to pay for the keeping of every road and trail around the Valley, besides a good lot more. I would be greatly obliged if you would send me a copy of the November Century. I may not be able to get a copy here. As soon as ready, I will send you a copy of the letter that I will address to various persons concerning the proposed extension of reserved forest. It would be well to look out for any report that Capt. Woods may make to the Secretary of the Interior. The military force will come down about Oct. 22 (I hear) and a report may be made.06369
1891 Sep 27
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