Edward W. Allen
HEWEN & ALLENATTORNEYS AT LAWOFFICE OFPROSECUTING ATTORNEYOF PACIFIC COUNTYH. W. B. HEWEN,PROSECUTING ATTORNEYEDWARD W. ALLEN. DEPUTYSouth Bend, Wash. Sept. 10, 1913.Mr. John Muir, President of Society for thePreservation of National Parks,402 Mills Building,San Francisco, Cal.Dear Sir:Inclosed herewith are copies of two letters written in regard to Hetch Hetchy, also my check for $2.00 to add a little toward the cause.Not long ago the Mountaineer Club had a fight on its hands to preserve the Mt. Olympus National Monument; so far we have been successful. We hope, however, to have the monument changed to a national park and thus secured forever.EWA/HInc.Yours truly,[illegible]05534
South Bend, Wash.
1913 Sep 10
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