Catherine H. [Katie C.H.] Hittell
[Page 1] Dear friend Mr. Muir I suppose Mrs. Myrick has told you how we ladies worked to get the meadowlarks protected by the State Legislature. The Sportsmen’s Convention, which met last April, incorporated into their new game law, a section protecting the larks and it was to urge that that section be make into a law, that we ladies sent petitions signed by fifteen hundred prominent persons, to the legislature. Mr. Brassford of Vacaville, chairman of the Game Committee in the Assembly cut out the clause protecting the larks from the new Game
San Francisco, Calif.
1895 Apr 3
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1895 Apr 3 Catherine Hittell to JM
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