W[illiam] R[ussell] Dudley
[letterhead]Three RiversJune 16. 1902My Dear Mr. MuirI am just going up the South Fork Ka[illegible]h and intending to range over the [illegible] east and south of here once more, doing some photographing of sequoias and making what [Muir?] studies I can. I return in July to the University You once offered me the use of your notes on the Sequoias, as you have now published your articles on them and I shall therefore not be using any thing you may want to make use of. I want to call on you sometime in Aug. or Sept. or later if it seems desirable to talk them over. What I am doing will be turned over to the Bureau of Forestry [eventually?] for most part.over03015
Three Rivers [Calif.]
1902 Jun 16
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