C. H. Townsend
[letterhead]Washington, D.C., Jan. 13th, 1893.Mr. John Muir.Martinez. Cala.My dear Sir:In the course of a conversation I had with you last September, in the cars between Portland and San Francisco, you called my attention to the entire absence of fishes from many of the higher lakes and streams of the Sierras, particularly I believe, in the region between Kings River and Owens River. As the U.S. Fish Commission would give careful consideration to suggestions for stocking such waters, perhaps you would be sufficiently interested in the matter to give me a list of such lakes and streams as you
Washington, D. C.
1893 Jan 13
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