Walter H. Page
Martinez, California,March 21, 1897.Dear Sir.I shall be very glad to prepare an article on the Government parks & reservations in accordance with your flattering request, if I can manage it in time to be of use. I am very busy at present writing for the reserves in the S.F. newspapers, & I make slow progress, the fight in the west is very bitter. Beds of lies are growing up thicker & taller than the redwood forests, & cutting them down seems an endless task.But I trust we'll win yet.With thanks for the offer of your pagesI am truly YoursJohn MuirWalter H. Page Esq./W H P
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