[Robert Underwood] Johnson
2& the natural fitness of things in placing the Valley & surrounding park under one management, inasmuch as the Valley & the National Park are in fact one & inseparable. I met our Senator McAllister after the meeting & discussed Yosemite matters with him, next day I received the enclosed letter. I addressed him in reply to go ahead & make a name for himself on park & valley affairs. One of our members a lawyer will probably draft a bill or resolution of some sort or other to [guide?] the senator who unfortunately is young & inexperienced Waite Secretary of State is cordially with us on recession.Cordially your friendJohn Muir
1893 Feb 14
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