R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
J.M.2.sonal, as otherwise it would fall into the hands of the Hon, the Land Commissioner.My last letter to President McKinley on the general subject remains unacknowledged— not to say unanswered, and I have every reason to believe that that honorable spoilsman is quite willing that the forest reservations shall be used to assist in his renomination. However, as soon as Mr. Hitchcock, the new secretary, comes to this country— as I believe he has not yet done— I shall take pains to see that he is apprised of the information in your letter.All well.Yours faithfully,R. U. Johnson02543
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