Geo[rge] G. Mackenzie
[Robert Underwood] Johnson
Raymond, Fresno Co., Cal.Jan. 30, ’93.Dear Mr. Johnson:Yours of the 23d received. I have lately mailed to you a couple of articles from Fresno papers – one by the enemy and one by myself. Nothing better could have happened than this latest blackguardly attack on you, if the movement to rescue the Valley is now to be seriously pushed. I wrote to the editor of the Republican (which is the chief newspaper in the San Joaquin Valley south of Stockton) that I would send him something more about the Valley, which he could dispose of as he might see fit, and when I got your letter today I was considering what points to take up. I will send him something in a day or two. I happen to be on very good terms with State Senator Goucher, who represents
1893 Jan 30
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