Office of the Attorney General,Washington, D.C.April 25. 1897. Mr. John Muir,Martinez, California. My dear Sir:-Your letter of the 29th. ultimo containing resolutions regarding the forests has been received. I note what you say and will recall in connection therewith my conversation with you in San Francisco. At that time there was at least a possibility of my going in the Interior but as Mr. Bliss has been appointed to that Department I have forwarded your letter to him.Yours truly.[illegible]02279
Office of the Attorney General. Washington, D.C
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