[Robert Underwood] Johnson
Martinez, Sep. 3, 1913-Dear Johnson:We all rejoice over the grand rousing work you are doing. We sent you check today for Lenz bill & the Sullivan $15.00 as we did not wish to be mixed financially with any party in interest.We also sent you a few copies of 2d letter. Send for more if you want them.How many of these, think you should now be printed? We hope to get Club women to work very soon.The battle signs begin to look favorable. On with the lance!Ever admiringly yoursJohn Muir
1913 Sep 3
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