R. B. Marshall
An electric car spinning thru the groves & around the margins of the meadows & big [illegible] slopes would [illegible] & cheap enabling the quick-going tourist to do the Valley cheaper & faster than ever & hurting or confusing the scenery hardly more than the present stages & saddle trains But once begun this sort of transportation would not end before the whole park was [illegible] & made like a common city [truck?] or railroad yard.[in margin: Marshall on Yo RRs etc]
Original letter dimensions: 27 x 20 cm.
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