[Robert Underwood] Johnson
Martinez Cal. July 14. 1891My Dear JohnsonThe Robinson sketches for the Kings R Yosemite were nearly finished when I saw them a week ago. I wanted him to change one of them somewhat but fear he will not for he is stubborn in his ways as a [illegible]. The Yosemite M S. is being [ground?] out slowly.. I am interrupted a hundred times a day. The map I send herewith is only approximately true, but rough as it is it has called for much hard work As far as I know this is the only map of the Kings Yosemite in existence. You will notice that the great rock or mountain at the head of the Valley
1891 Jul 14
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