Geo[rge] W. Stewart
sheet completed is I think the Yosemite region one. In the meantime it may be well to send the information collected by your committee to our secretary, William E. Colby, Mills Building (Eighth Floor) San Francisco. You might correspond also with Prof. Joseph N. Le Conte Berkeley Cal. who has done most of the club map work. But the most influential man in this matter is Henry Gannett, chairman of National Committee on geographic names. & chief U.S. topographer. His address is U.S. Geological Survey Washington D.C. A good time to talk over this matter would be next summer during our club outing in Kings River Canon. With best wishes Ever Truly Yrs John Muir
1902 Feb 28
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