[E. T.] Parsons
Martinez, Sep 9. 1913Dear Mr Parsons.I think with you that we must concentrate our efforts on the Senate. Each senator has already received copies of our print circular, Johnson's letter & our own first letter, so have all the principal newspapers & our best known friends. The 3000 copies left, I suppose should go the Who's Whos & as many more as you think ought to be printed.Then I think we should get ready as quickly as possible a new circular or leaflet for the senators and everybody we can reach.Get our club members to write personal letters to senators & the President. Also the members of other mountaineer clubs & in particular women's clubs. try to stir up a perfect storm of letters, filling the senate chamber with
1913 Sep 9
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