John W. Noble
[letterhead]St. LOUIS, MO.,Nov 8th 1907Dear Mr Muir,There is to be an important and what will prove an influential meeting of the Trans Mississippi Commercial Congress, at M[illegible]togee, Oklahoma, on Novr (this month.) 19th to 22d. and if you can send me the substance of what you may deem best to have presented as a resolution on forestry, with the phase of preserving the Yosemite from a division of its streams or its c[illegible]one, I will endeavor to present it favorably and to the best of my ability. I am still as earnest as ever in support of those great reservations of forests & mountains, for the general welfare, and capable of making myself heard attentively by an intelligent company! With great respectYours SincerelyJohn W. Noble.Mr John MuirSan Francisco, Cal.03970
St. Louis, Mo.
Original letter dimensions: 27.5 x 21.5 cm.
Reel 16, Image 1181
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