Mr. N. G. 2.is a very busy man and has done more for forest reservations in the united states than any man living, but I think it is not improbable that ho may conclude to take a little trip at the same time Mr. Allen is in your neighborhood, if he does I know you can be counted upon to make his visit to your interesting section pleasant. Be sure to give out no libeling as to what Mr. Allen is about . Yours truly. [illegible]
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