[Robert Underwood] Johnson
or the head of the Land Office I have written to our Senator & Pinchot. Pinchot says he can do little in the matter an editorial in the magazine would be a grand help & in the N.Y. newspapers.This has been a deadly hard year for forests destruction has gone forward without let or hindrance & the outlook is discouraging. A fine J.P. Irish year. Sheep year. Grippe year I hope you have escaped the grippe a miserable disease. Mrs Muir is down with - has been in bed a month, Try to head off those forest destroyers in WashingtonEver YoursJohn Muir
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