John W. Noble
R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
Department of the Interior Washington, Sept. 14, 1891. Mr. R. U. Johnson, Associate Editor, Century Magazine, Union Square, N. Y.City, New York. Sir: In further reply to yours of July 7th, I have to say the question of timber reserves is receiving earnest attention and Mr. Muir's suggestions would be very timely, if you can send me an advance copy. I return photo of cutting a Sequoia. With thanks, Yours truly, John W. Noble, Secretary.
Washington [D. C.]
1891 Sep 14
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