W. W. Clark
[letterhead]Tuscaloosa, Ga. Mar. 20 1903John Muir,Western Coast N. A.Dear Sir,Enclosed clipping. [from?] N.Y. World tells of your trip to Yellowstone Park with Roosevelt, and Burroughs. -I'm delighted to know you are to be with our young President.-Especially he needs your [Missionary?] influences to lead him on to see that kindness to Animals is far better than shooting them. This morn [I've?] read, "The Red Cross". by Clara Barton.May the warriors, soon learn03187
1903 Mar 20
Original letter dimensions: 23 x 14 cm.
Reel 13, Image 0302
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