Frank H. Lamb
[letterhead]Hoquiam. Washington.April 7, 1898.Mr. John Muir Martinez Cal.My dear Sir: -In the winter of 1896-7 I had the pleasure of hearing your address before the Sierra Club regarding the "Forests of the Sierra". I have also enjoyed your discussions of the "Big Trees" in your Mountains of California. If I am not mistaken I think you published some years ago in the [illegible] A A A S. an article dealing with [illegible] [illegible] with the destruction of the Big Trees.If it is possible will you please send me a copy of this article as I am greatly interested in the subject [harms?] made an Extension trip among the Big Trees [illegible] in 1896. Thank you for this favor.I remainYours very truly.Frank H. Lamb02414
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