John Muir


[Robert Underwood] Johnson


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The Yosemite Park battle seems now less unfavorableJ. D. Post of Ohio, Chairman Committee on Elections No 1 House of Representatives says in letter, "I am pleased to inform you that I concur with your views"John J. Esch of Wisconsin, House "I will be glad to bear in mind the objections raised in your protest: To my mind they are conclusive"Miles Poindexter Senator, Chiarman Committee on Expenditures in the War Dept says "I take pleasure in saying that I am heartily in accord with you in this matter & will be glad to cooperate in any legitimate way to defeat the proposed legislation & certainly to postpone its consideration until after the present session. I am" - very busy "but pressume you will keep posted as to the progress of the measure & I will be obliged...if you will kindly advise me should it be likely to come


Martinez [Calif.]

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1913 Jul 23


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