John Muir


[Robert Underwood] Johnson


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16Martinez, Sep. 11, 1913Dear Johnson:Doubtless ere this you have received my letter of last of Aug. with list of newspapers & check for Lentz's bill including the $15 Sullivan bill as we wish to keep free from all doubtful entanglements.Also we mailed you a lot of our new circulars of which 5000 were printed. Half or more have already been distributedWe are now preparing another probably smaller discussing particular points. Doing all we can to bring the influence of women into the fight & to get all our Club members to write short protest letters to senators & the President.Garfield wished to turn over the Hetch Hetchy to the S.F. schemers almost unconditionally. It was Roosevelt who tried


Martinez [Calif.]

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1913 Sep 11


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