Edward R. Taylor
San FranciscoJuly 26. 1907.My dear Muir-When the proper time comes [we?] look into the matter very carefully. I know nothing about it now except in a very general way. Undoubedly there will at some time or another, be several alternative schemes of water supply submitted to the votes. As matters now stand I am only here till the first of the year, and nothing can be done by that time.Faithfully yoursEdward R. TaylorI have been trying to do something with See[illegible] Garfield for Yosemite.03894
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