Cha[rle]s F. Lummis
'em (if you can), bully 'em (as is easy), tire 'em out. Bother them till they'll be decent to get rid of you. And don't think me impudent. I can't measure up to you in anything else, but I love California just as much as you do; & all who love her must get together now to save her honor.Always your friendChas. F. Lummis[letterhead]Feb. 20 1900Dear Prophet:Come, gird on the sword of Gideon. They are going to cut down our Calaveras Big Trees. They'll do it, too, unless eveny Californian who fears God gets out in the open & fights. And one blast upon your bugle horn is worth a thous-02667
1900 Feb 20
Original letter dimensions: 21.5 x 28 cm.
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