[Charles F.] Lummis
The mountaineering clubs of Oregon are coming to our help, so is the Appalachian. I have no news from Washington good or bad except one encouraging letter from the PresidentIf successful in getting large enough appropriations for a good wagon road into the valley & a trail up the big Tuolumne Canon the salvation of the glorious Hetch Hetchy will be made sure for there it will be seen & known by countless thousands making effective lying impossible.Remember me to Mrs Lummins with kindest regards & to your little son & daughter & believe me ever faithfully yoursJohn MuirThe Los Angeles Post master sends word that the dollar order I sent you for landmarks June 17th has not been p[illegible] or presented for payment. J. M.
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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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