OFFICERS:J.N.BECKLEY, PRESIDENT,ROCHESTER, N. Y.E.VAN ETTEN , VICE PRESIDENT,BOSTON, MASS.BENJ. E. CHASE, TREASURER,ROCHESTER,N.Y.THOS. A.LOTTRIDGE. ASST.TREASURER,CAMP ROCHESTER, CAL.J.H.STEDMAN, SECRETARY,ROCHESTER, N.Y. GERTRUDE WATKEYS, ASST. SECY.ROCHESTER, N.Y.E.H.STAGG, GEN.MANAGER,CAMP ROCHESTER, CAL.BAGDAD-CHASE GOLD MINING COMPANY.DIRECTORS:J.N.BECKLEY.BENJ.E.CHASE.HON.CHAUNCEY. M. DEPEWE. VANETTEN.J. H. STEDMAN.Stedman, California, March 9-1906.Mr. John Muir,Adamana, Arizona. My dear Mr. Muir:--Please accept the enclosed annual pass with our compliments, and the hope that you will see fit to use it in a trip of inspection. We have the barrenest of barren hills without a tree in sight for a hundred allies. I do not know where you can get farther away from your beloved forest, nevertheless we shall be glad to see you at any time, and will show you some interesting things in rook. Trusting you found you daughters in good health, and with best wishes for your own, I remain,[illegible]Yours very truly,03703
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