C. S. Newhall
[letterhead]Frenso, Cali. Nov. 6, 1902.Mr John MuirMartinez CalifDear Sir,I was very sorry to miss seeing you this summer, either in the mountains, or when you stopped at Fresno. I was near meeting you several times. The "Boole tree" - the large sequoia you visited with Dr. Kelley, - many rangers say, after examining the lines, is on the Sanger Lumber Co's lands; some 300 yards (one report makes the distance less) from the Reserve line. It would be good if the title could be secured from the lumber Co.. I was talking last week with Mr Olney about03090
1902 Nov 6
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