T. C. Friedlander
[First draft of letter, in note-book #59] (25) (25)[Nov., 1901]Mr. T. 0. Friedlander,Sec. California Water and Forestry Assoc.,S. F.[Dear Sir]I thank yon for the honor of an invitation to address your Assoo[iation] Deo. 20. I am in hearty accord with you in your efforts to stay forest destruction, have the management of the forests put on a national basis, develop irrigation, etc., and shall be glad to be with you at your annual meeting, if I can get a lot of work now pressing me off my hands. It is not at all likely, however, that I shall be able to prepare an address by that time. With best wishes and thanking you for the kind [invitation],[John Muir] 02890
[1901 Nov ?]
Original letter dimensions: 22.5 x 14.5 cm.
Reel 11, Image 0963
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