William C. Bartlett
[letterhead]the incidental evils of fires and general devastation.It has occurred to me that you would be willing to [extend?] your influence in behalf of better things by addressing a letter to the Department of the Interior or to the Land Commissioner, or Senator Perkins, or all setting forth your views which have been expressed with so much force on other occasions. I am persuaded that if the facts were as well known in Washington as they are02525
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