Mrs. James E. White
Sec. of the Smithsonian
U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY.Washington.Respectfully referred to Mr JohnMuir, Martinez, Calif.and writer so advised.Charles S. WalcottDIRECTOR.M.[in margin: 309][Jan 8, 1903]To the Secretary of the Smithsonian [illegible] Institution - Washington, D.C.Dear Sir:-Will you kindly give me a seven to ten minnet sketch of the life and works of John Muir, who as I understand is in the employ of the government as geologist and perhaps in other capacities, in our National Parks and Reservations.From the literary point I have "Wild Parks and Forest Reservations of the West"- "The Yellowstone National Parks"- "Among the Animals of the Yosemite-" and "The Grand Canon [diacritic]03133
Washington, D. C.
1903 Jan 8
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