W[illia]m E. Colby
G. C. Perkins-3of the greatest assistance to us and would undoubtedly remove the main objection which has been raised in the manner I have indicated herein before.The Sierra Club receives clippings from newspapers throughout the State and every newspaper with the exception of the San Francisco Examiner and one or two country papers that the Examiner controls, has unqualifiedly in editorial comment and otherwise, expressed itself as being strongly in favor of Recession.Trusting that you will see fit to render us this assistance at this critical time, I remainVery sincerely yours,William E. ColbySec.Sierra ClubRoom 16, 3rd FloorMills BuildingSan Francisco03504
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