R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
J.M. 2.his return from Charleston, and I will speak again of the matter. Does the California legislature meet next winter, and if so do you not think the Sierra Club might take the lead and be successful in urging the recession of the valley? We are all getting old and must accomplish what we have to do right away; so I hope you will quietly set the ball rolling.(5)[illegible]Faithfully yours,[illegible]Associate Editor.John Muir, Esq.,Martinet, California.02981
1902 Apr 8
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