W. H. Simpson
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway System.Railway Exchange, 9 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago.OFFICE OF PASSENGER TRAFFIC MANAGER.W.J. BLACK,Passenger Traffic Manger.W.H. SIMPSON,Advertising AgentChicago, August 14, 1906.PETRIFIED FOREST NATIONAL PARK BILLMr. John Muir,Grand View Hotel, Grandview, Arizona.Dear Mr. Muir:Further answering your letter July 31st, written from Adamana:Am advised that the Petrified Forest National Park bill passed the House June 28th, but as Congress adjourned two days afterwards, no action was taken thereon in the Senate.I have no doubt that the matter will be taken up again and strong efforts made to put it through.Yours truly,[illegible]03757
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