[Robert Underwood] Johnson
T Tuol. C[illegible] below H[illegible] as much as they [hope?], & thus second all T flood waters without damage T T Park [illegible] or draw [illegible] at great supplies from other streams at great cost, & keep theives & robbers & [illegible] grafters out of this [illegible] of all T A. park has been a con[illegible] fight evr since we got it established & it seems to have no end.I returned from Yo a few days ago & while there made diligent [illegible] for T two Gilder boys bt could not find T slightest trace of them. I will try to get a copy of T Tuolumne water plans from T city engineer & if sucessful will forward them T you.F. Y.
circa  Jul 26
Original letter dimensions: 22 x 14.5 cm.
Reel 16, Image 0843
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