[Charles F. Lummis]


John Muir


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ly stand for that if they can be assured that the government is making some progress toward a permanent remedy. Whenever and wherever you can "bear on" with a national legislator it will be of great help.I hope we are going to count you also, in the work of the Southwest Society. The things that is is saving do not indeed starve to death; but our children are going to go hungry for them unless we of today make sure to preserve them.with all good wishes,AlwaysYour Friend,[illegible]


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Date Original

circa [190]5 Apr 11


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Reel 15, Image 0374

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Owning Institution

Braun Research Library, Autry National Center for the American West, Los Angeles, CA. ID Numbers: MS.1.1.3221A Charles F. Lummis/Mr. John Muir Correspondence 1895-1905; and MS.1.1.3221B Charles F. Lummis/Mr. John Muir Correspondence 1906-1913. Please contact this institution directly to obtain copies of the images or permission to publish or use them beyond educational purposes.

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Page 2


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