[Willia]m H. Mills
Robert Underwood Johnson
3the fact that it costs too much.The proposition to recede the Valley to the Government of the United States and put it under Government control is one upon which I have not now an opinion. The success of Yellowstone Park management is certainly a very strong argument in favor of the proposition. I will give the matter you suggest some thoughtful consideration, and with your very kind permission communicate with you again.Again thanking you for your courteous treatment of my friend Steffens,I remain,with high respect and esteem,Yours very truly,[illegible]
1893 Jan 5
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