"To explore, enjoy, and render accessible the mountain regions of the Pacific Coast; to publish authentic information concerning them; to enlist the support and co-operation of the people and the Government in preserving the forests and other natural features of the Sierra Nevada Mountains."Board of Directors---1905-1906Mr. John Muir, PresidentMartinezProf. A. G. McAdie, Vice-PresidentSan FranciscoProf. J. N. Le conte, TreasurerBerkeleyMr. William E. Colby, SecretaryBerkeleyProf. George Davidson2221 Washington St., S. F.Prof. W. R. DudleyStanford UniversityMr. J. S. Hutchinson, Jr.San FranciscoMr. Warren OlneySan FranciscoMr. E. T. ParsonsBerkeleyOuting CommitteeMr. Wm. E. Colby, ChairmanProf. J. N. Le ConteMr. E. T. ParsonsHonorary Vice-PresidentsProf. George DavidsonSan FranciscoMr. R. U. JohnsonThe Century, New YorkPres. David Starr JordanStanford UniversityMr. Gifford PinchotWashington, D. C.Committee on PublicationsMr. Elliott McAllister, EditorSan FranciscoProf. Wm. F. Bade, Book ReviewsBerkeleyProf. Wm. R. Dudley, Forestry NotesStanford Univ.Mr. Alex. G. EellsMr. J. S. Hutchinson, Jr.Mr. E. T. ParsonsProf. H. W. RolfeMr. Willoughby RodmanMiss F. B. WhittierDecember 7th, 1907Dear Mr. MuirIt Is a long time since I have had the pleasure of writing to you. Mr. Colby tells me that you are revising your Hetch Hetchy article for the Bulletin. And I write to ask when, I may expect to receive it or will you send it direct to Murdock Press?By the way, Murdock is moving down town and will be ready in a week; somewhere near Mission and Second Sts.I hope that you are enjoying good health and also this welcome rain.Your article in the Outlook was the most beautiful piece of description that I have ever read and gave me the greatest of pleasure, irrespective of the strong advocacy in the cause of letting [illegible] alone. Fortunately the utilitarians will have to make a strong showing to overcome your arguments. With kind regards, very truly Yours[illegible]03988
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