H.H.U. s. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,DIVISION OF FORESTRY,WASHINGTON, D. C.February 2, 1900.GIFFORD PINCHOT, FORESTER.HENRY S. GRAVES. SUPT. OF WORKING PLANS.J. w. TOUMEY, SUPT. OF TREE PLANTING.GEO. B. SUDWORTH, DENDROLOGIST.OTTO J. J. LUEBKERT, HEAD CLERK.Mr. John Muir.Martinez, Calif.Dear Mr. Muir:Many thanks for your telegram, which gives as exactly the information I was after. We are going to try to interest Congress in the preservation of the Calaveras Groves. I will keep you posted from time to tins as the matter progresses.Very sincerely yours,[illegible]Forester.
U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.
1900 Feb 2
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