R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
Charles Sprague Sargent
EDITORIAL-DEPARTNENTTHE CENTURY-MAGAZINEUNION SQUARE NEW YORKSeptember 30th, 1890R. W. GILDER. EDITOR.R. U. JOHNSON,ASSOCIATE EDITOR.C. C. BUEL,ASSISTANT EDITOR.Prof. Charles S. Sargent,Chairman of the Forest Commission,Flagstaff, Arizona.Dear Prof. Sargent:-I am very glad indeed to have your note of the18th of September; and I am communicating at once with the Bacheller Syndicate, and shall write you their attitude as soon as I learn it.I am still trying to get an interview with the new Secretary of the Interior with a view of pushing along the Montana reservation. I am asking him when he will next come to New York City, so I may see him personally. If he says he is not coming I shall write him fully.I presume the President will take the matteriup as soon as he gets back to work. I wrote him very urgently about it just as Hoke Smith was going out.[illegible]
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